Blaming previous Indian cricket chief Azharuddin for pointlessly making a crack in the gathering, previous MP from Secunderabad body electorate, Anjan Kumar Yadav, said that the central leadership has guaranteed him the seat for his voting demographic.
Two days back, Azharuddin wanted to challenge from Secunderabad, which was emphatically contradicted by Anjan Kumar Yadav. This made a strife in the gathering with the previous MP clarifying that he won't leave the Secunderabad situate at any expense.
At the Greater Hyderabad Congress Committee party meeting met at Gandhi Bhavan by Telangana unit president Uttam Kumar Reddy and AICC secretary NS Bose Raju with a few other senior pioneers, supporters of Anjan Kumar upset the gathering and raised mottos against Azharuddin.
Following the hubbub made by Anjan Kumar, the leader of the Greater Hyderabad Congress Committee (GHCC) - senior pioneer and Rajya Sabha MP V Hanumantha Rao, left the gathering unexpectedly.
Addressing TNM, the GHCC president stated, "It was hasty of him [Azharuddin] to announce that he will challenge from my electorate without counseling the gathering initiative. Secunderabad has a place with me. It is my supporters. I have worked with those individuals for a long time."
"On the off chance that he chooses to challenge in races, he can challenge from anyplace else, I don't have any protest to it. My kin [supporters] wish that I challenge from Secunderabad. I have just started my decision battle. I made it unmistakable to Uttam Kumar Reddy garu. He additionally consented to it," he included.
The GHCC president further included, "I don't know why he needs to speak to my voting public. He had recently challenged from Moradabad. Give him a chance to challenge from that point itself. He is pointlessly making inconvenience in the gathering."
In the wake of joining the Congress in 2009, the previous Indian cricket chief had challenged from Moradabad in Uttar Pradesh and won the race. In any case, in the resulting race, where he challenged from Tonk-Sawai Madhopur in Rajasthan, he was vanquished.
In an elite meeting with news organization PTI, Azharuddin had declared that he might want to challenge from Secunderabad. He expressed that he communicated the equivalent to the central leadership, which needed to choose it now.
Anjan Kumar Yadav has challenged thrice from Secunderabad. He won against BJP pioneer Bandaru Dattatreya in 2004 and 2009. In any case, Bandaru vanquished Anjan Kumar with a tremendous edge in the 2014 surveys.