Sonia Gandhi appeals to Telangana voters to bring change in state

The Congress leader hopes to fulfill the dreams of martyred sons of Mother Telangana and convert Telangana into "Prajala" Telangana

Sonia Gandhi (photo: @INCIndia/X)
Sonia Gandhi (photo: @INCIndia/X)


Ahead of the 30 November Telangana assembly polls, senior Congress leader Sonia Gandhi on Tuesday, 28 November, appealed to the state's electorate to bring about a change by voting her party to power. The results for the polls will be declared on December 3.

In a two-minute video message on X, Gandhi said, "Namaskaram, my dear sisters and brothers of Telangana, I could not come among you all, but I am very close to your hearts. Today I want to say something to you. I want to see the dream of the martyred sons of Mother Telangana fulfilled." "I sincerely wish that we all convert 'Dorala' Telangana into 'Prajala' Telangana (from a Telangana of landlords to that of people's). Make your dreams come true and give you a true and honest government," she said.

The appeal for votes by the chairperson of the Congress Parliamentary Party came on the last day of campaigning in the southern state, where the BRS is in power.

"You have given me immense respect by calling me Sonia Amma. You treated me like a mother, I will always be grateful to you for this love and respect and will remain dedicated to you forever,” she said.

"I request our sisters, mothers, sons, daughters and brothers of Telangana to use all their power this time to bring about a change. Vote for the Congress. 'Marpu Kavali - Congress Ravali'," Gandhi said in her message.

Rahul Gandhi also shared Sonia Gandhi's video message in a post saying, "Message from Telangana's own 'Sonia Amma' to the people of the state." Telangana state was formed after bifurcating Andhra Pradesh during the UPA government and the Congress is seeking to take credit for it.

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