Problems being faced in the implementation of the State and Central government schemes and in the implementation of the recently passed SC/ST Sub-Plan and also the situation farmers of the State were actually facing would be discussed at the party conference being conducted by the Andhra Pradesh Congress Committee at Lal Bahadur Stadium in Hyderabad on December 16.
PCC coordinator for Vijayawada city and Krishna district Miryala Ratnakumari addressing a press conference at Andhra Ratna Bhavan here on Tuesday said the Congress would also prepare a clear-cut programme and plan for its future in the State at the conference.
The list of invitees includies PCC coordination committee members, executive members and frontal organisation, cells and department office-bearers, AICC general secretaries, members, Union and State ministers, MPs, MLAs, and MLCs, DCC and city Congress Committee presidents, State Corporation chairpersons.
Former Union and State ministers, MPs, MLAs and MLCs, former corporation chairpersons, ZP chairpersons, ZPTC members and MPPs would also participate.
It also includes mayors, corporators, both present and past, agricultural marketing committee chairpersons and all prominent leaders of the districts, Ms Ratnakumari said.
The district coordinators have been given the task of preparing list of candidates with the potential to be mandal party presidents after consulting the MLAs. They have also been asked to suggest alternate names for mandals where presidents have served for two terms continuously. She said PCC also invited good suggestions from the invitees.
PCC secretary Kolanukonda Sivaji said the party’s political resolution would be released at the conference. Krishna district president Naraharasetti Srihari, city president Meesala Rajeswara Rao, PCC secretaries Akula Srinivas Kumar, Bodapati Babu Rao, SC cell president, Kalle Pulla Rao, former corporator V.Gurunadham and other leaders Gummadi Venkata Rao, Ummadi Dhanraj were present.
Problems faced in implementation of SC/ST Sub-Plan will be discussed