CM KCR is Pseudo Secular, Pro-Modi: Revanth Reddy
• TPCC President addresses a meeting of minority leaders at Shabbir Ali’s residence
• Shabbir accuses KCR of targeting Muslims, their institutions
Hyderabad, July 3 (Maxim News): Calling Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao a pseudo secular, newly appointed President of Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC) & MP A. Revanth Reddy appealed to the minorities to re-connect with the Congress party to defeat communal forces at the national level.
Revanth Reddy was addressing a meeting with the minorities’ leaders organised by former minister & ex-Leader of Opposition in Legislative Council Mohammed Ali Shabbir at his residence in Jubilee Hills on Saturday. The meeting was held to discuss arrangements for the swearing ceremony of Revanth Reddy as TPCC President at Gandhi Bhavan on 7th July.
Speaking on the occasion, Revanth Reddy said that the BJP has been polarising the elections by accusing the Congress party of Muslim appeasement. On the other side, the Muslim community has been supporting regional parties like TRS who are ultimately supporting the BJP at the national level. He said this trend has caused immense damage to the secular fabric of India. He said that the Congress party never appeased any particular community and it only ensured social justice by giving equal opportunities to all the communities without any discrimination.
Revanth Reddy called CM KCR an agent of BJP and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Citing several instances, he said KCR has supported the BJP in all its anti-minorities moves. He said TRS MPs supported BJP Govt in Triple Talaq Bill and did not oppose the Citizenship Amendment Act or National Register of Citizenship. Despite repeated demands by the Congress party, he said that the TRS Government did not pass a resolution in the Assembly opposing CAA and NRC. He said Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has rightly described TRS as B-Team of BJP. Both BJP and TRS are enacting the drama of political rivalry to cheat and mislead the people of Telangana. (Maxim News)