Expressing happiness over appointing former Minister Dr J Geetha Reddy as All India Professional Congress South India co-ordinator, TPCC Chief N Uttam Kumar Reddy urged the professionals to join Professional Congress to protect democratic rights.
Speaking to the media here on Saturday along with Dr J Geetha Reddy and LOP Shabbir Ali, Uttam said that the TRS government crushing all systems in the state. He said that the Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao and Prime Minister Narendra Modi spreading Goebbels and trying to suppress opposition parties. Both were destroying democratic systems in the name of development, he lamented. He said that the Professional Congress would strive to solve the problems of the professionals.
Uttam said that the professionals inclined towards Modi in 2014 elections. He said that AICC vice-president Rahul Gandhi floated Professional Congress newly and appointed Geetha Reddy as South India coordinator. Geetha Reddy was a great Dalith leader across the nation. “I also entered into politics accidentally. I campaigned when I worked as Kodad MLA saying that the intellectuals not to stay away from voting”, he recollected.
He said that four pillars were in a destroying condition after Modi and KCR came to power since 2014 onwards. The discussion was going on now on peoples eating habits and beef eating. The minorities were in feeling insecurity. Some section of people killing people in North-East saying that they were eating beef, he alleged. The restrictions on media increased, he said and opined that it was time to question as the systems were as it were now.
Shabbir Ali alleged that Modi and KCR were true liars and said that the professionals were stand by the side of BJP when Modi didn’t became Prime Minister but the same were seeing towards Congress party. Geetha Reddy said that the Professional Congress would identify the public problems. The work division will be there in the Professional Congress, she explained and said that the Professional Congress forum would discuss the issues from rural level to international. The Forum also discuss the issues to be raised in the Assembly and Parliament, she added. (NSS)