Arvind’s Tongue Will Be Cut For Comments On KCR: Jeevan Reddy
Hyderabad, Jan 31 (Maxim News): BRS MLA and Telangana Public Undertakings Committee (PUC) Chairman, A Jeevan Reddy alleged that the BJP MP Dharmapuri Arvind was behaving like a street rowdy, who does not know the difference between the Turmeric Board and Spice Board and added that BRS leaders will cut his tongue if he does not stop his tirade against the Chief Minister K.Chandrashekar Rao and his family.
Addressing a press conference here at the BRSLP office along with MLC E.Mallesham, Jeevan Reddy lashed out at the language used by the Nizamabad BJP MP Arvind. The BRS leader took exception to the comments against Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao and his family members.
The BRS leader challenges Arvind for a debate on the development at Nizamabad or at Martyrs Memorial at Hyderabad and added that he would come up with a database to support his claims of development by BRS government. The BJP MP talks of Har Ghar BJP but forgets there are three political party leaders in his own house said Jeevan Reddy.
MLC Mallesham alleged that while there were four MPs of the BJP in the State they failed to get funds for the people. The BJP leader’s only agenda is to abuse KCR and his family. The BJP leaders should strive for getting funds due from the Centre. (Maxim News)
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