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President of Andhra Pradesh Congress Committee


Dharmapuri Srinivas is the present President of Andhra Pradesh Congress Party (PCC) and MLA of State Assembly. He is popularly known as DS. He was instrumental in bringing Congress back to power in the state in 2004 thereby ending 9 years of TDP rule.

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 The budget is simple, pro-poor and pro-farmer. Middle and lower middle classes and the downtrodden sections will stand to gain. 
— D Srinivas on the 2010 Indian Union Budget / February 26, 2010
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 Whatever their (MLAs) grievances are... it has already come to the notice of the High Command. They will take a decision on this. So I appeal them to withdraw their resignation, 
— D Srinivas appealing the MLAs to withdraw their resignations / December 13, 2009
 I have made an appeal. I am confident that they will withdraw their resignations. There shall not be any constitutional crisis. This is my confidence, 
— D Srinivas when asked if there will be a constitutional crisis in Andhra Pradesh / December 13, 2009
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 I am trying my level best to persuade the party members to not to resign. The party leaders should respect the High Command's decisions and follow them. 
— D Srinivas on Congress MLAs resigning after the government announced a separate Telangana state / December 10, 2009
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 I wish my friends from all regions will take this development in the right spirit and do the needful without any problem so that we respect the sentiments of the people of the region and honour the sentiments of other regions too, 
— D Srinivas on Congress announcing that it will initiate process for a separate Telangana state / December 09, 2009

 This decision should not go against the people of Andhra or Rayalaseema regions. This should all be done in good faith, affection and love. There is no reason or cause for hurting anybody. Telugu people are one; when there could be a number of Hindi-speaking states, there is nothing wrong in having two Telugu States. 
— D Srinivas on Congress announcing that it will initiate process for a separate Telangana state / December 09, 2009
 There is a conspiracy to avoid a split in Opposition votes. Wherever voters did not want us, they voted for TDP. We have to study this carefully. 
— D Srinivas on the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation elections / November 26, 2009
 Everyone has a lesson or two to learn from Rahul Gandhi. Though he is a very important leader in the Congress, he was down to earth during the interaction with college students in Vijayawada. He wanted neither the prefix future PM nor the suffix Rahulji. He simply wanted to be Rahul. 
— D Srinivas / November 19, 2009
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