Hyderabad, May 21 (UNI) The ruling Congress in Andhra Pradesh today complained to Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) I V Subba Rao against the TDP for trying to woo voters by making ''unimplementable promises'' and levelling ''baseless allegations'' against state ministers.
Submitting a memorandum to Mr Rao, a delegation of Congress leaders led by Government Chief Whip N Kirankumar Reddy also accused Telangana Rashtra Samiti President K Chandrasekar Rao of using ''unparliamentary language'' against state ministers at an election meeting at Kondapaka in Dommata Constituency of Medak District yesterday.
Citing from press clippings, Mr Reddy pressed for action against Mr Naidu for trying to influence voters in Vikarabad Assembly Constituency by making ''unimplementable promises'' like free power to farmers for 12 hours, 3 gm gold for 'mangalasutra' for women for marriage, free gas connections, stoves for women and 5 per cent reservation and Rs 500 crore budgetary allocation for Minorities.
The Congress also demanded action against Mr Naidu for making ''basless personal allegations'' against the Chief Minister, his Cabinet colleagues and Congress leaders.
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