TPCC chief Revanth Reddy is RSS man: KTR

BRS party working president, IT Minister KT Rama Rao alleged that the current TPCC president A Revanth Reddy is RSS man. He made it clear that it was in a letter written by former Punjab CM Amarinder Singh, who was in Congress and worked as CM and resigned due to dissatisfaction with the party. To this extent, a copy of Amarinder’s letter to Sonia was put before the public.

Rama Rao quoted Amarinder saying “I worked in the army, served with commitment. Your decisions hurt. Congress appointed a person who hates Muslims as PCC president”. The Congress president in Telangana is a BJP man and Godse who killed Gandhi is a RSS man. Revanth Reddy is inciting innocent Muslims he said and advised people not to believe him under any circumstances.

On Wednesday, Minister KTR laid the foundation stones for Rs. 753 crore Kaleshwaram Package-27 works, which aims to irrigate 50, 000 acres in the Nirmal constituency and Rs. 300 crore worth palm oil industry at Pochampad. Addressing at the public meetings, Rama Rao hit at Congress and BJP. PM Narendra Modi says BRS and Congress are one team while Congress leaders Rahul Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi say BRS and BJP are on the same side.

BJP calls BRS Congress’s B-Team, Congress calls BRS BJP’s B-Team, Rama Rao noted adding that Telangana people are self-respecting people and they are not slaves of Delhi or Gujarat. BRS is not anyone’s B-team but answerable only to the people of Telangana. Hitting at BJP leader Bandi Sanjay Kumar for describing Modi as a God, Rama Rao sought to know how Modi who increased LPG cylinder price from Rs.400 to Rs.1,200 and for increasing petrol price from Rs.70 petrol to Rs.110 can be called as God.

Chief Minister KCR and the BRS government are working for the welfare of all. As Makhdoom Mohiuddin said, BRS does justice to everyone in the society. The government has set up 200 minority Gurukuls to provide quality education. Just like Hindu temples, KCR is giving a monthly salary to imams and moazzams working in 17, 000 mosques in Telangana, Rama Rao said.