Rahul Gandhi Who was the president of National Congress Party said here on Friday that his Party will allow Special status to Andhra Pradesh whenever casted a ballot to control in the up and coming general races.
Rahul Gandhi, who is in the UAE on a two-day visit, tended to a social event of Indian specialists at the Labor Colony in Dubai . When our administration comes to control, we will give extraordinary status to Andhra Pradesh, Gandhi said. Andhra Pradesh was bifurcated into Telangana and the residuary Andhra Pradesh State on June 2, 2014.
You helped India, Indian states and the destitute individuals and you attempted to make this city of Dubai, which is incredible in the entire world. I need to state thank you generously, he said. Hailing the advancement of the UAE, Gandhi said all the “huge improvements you see here, tall structures, expansive air terminals and metro, wouldn’t have been worked without your commitment .
You have given your perspiration, blood and time for the improvement of this city and you have made Indians of all foundations pleased, he said. Gandhi repeated what he told a gathering of gathering laborers challenging at Jantar Mantar in March a year ago for Andhra Pradesh’s uncommon status. We will give extraordinary class status to Andhra Pradesh.
It’s the primary thing we will do subsequent to coming to control in 2019, he had told the specialists. I am sure that on the off chance that we stand together we will persuade the Government of India and Prime Minister Narendra Modi that what is because of the general population of Andhra Pradesh ought to be given to them, he said. The general races are expected to be held among April and May this year.
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