3rd state conference of the CPI(M) Telangana committee was held successfully from January 22-25, 2022 in Turkyamjal, Rangareddy district.
The state conference commenced with an online public meeting held on January 22. General secretary of the Party, Sitaram Yechury, Polit Bureau Members, Brinda Karat and B V Raghavulu, state secretary, Tammineni Veerabhadram, state secretariat members Jyoti and Ranga Reddy addressed the public meeting. Thousands of people from across the state participated in the public meeting. Large screens were placed in 155 centres for public viewing.
Comrade Sitaram Yechury inaugurated the conference explaining the international and national situation and the tasks before the communist movement. Talking about the challenges before the Party in the current situation, he pointed out that defeating and ousting BJP from power assumes utmost priority given the all-around attacks it had launched on the people of our country.
Comrade Prakash Karat, Polit Bureau Member addressed the conference on the last day and brought to notice certain weaknesses that the Party in Telangana needs to overcome. He emphasised the need to strengthen the independent strength of our Party and lead the fight against communal forces.
Comrade B V Raghavulu, Polit Bureau Member also spoke pointing to the various opportunities that are available in the state for the expansion of the Party. He also spoke about the need to undertake concrete study to identify the issues confronting the people and build a movement on that basis.
The conference concluded by electing a 60-member state committee, which in turn elected a 15-member secretariat. Thammineni Veerabhadram was re-elected as the state secretary. There are eight women in the newly elected state committee and two women in the secretariat. Delegates to the upcoming 23rd Party Congress in Kannur were also elected.