Jeevan Reddy Challenges BRS Leader: Will Leave Politics If Proved 24 Hrs Power Is Supplied
Karimnagar/Hyderabad, Jan 29 (Maxim News): Senior Congress leader and MLC Jeevan Reddy has challenged the BRS leaders that he will leave politics if electricity is provided for 24 hours in the state. He sarcastically said that BRS leaders must light their eyes first.
He criticized the BRS government headed by Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao comparing him with Aurangzeb’s time, during those days there was a hair tax, and now there are ACD charges under KCR’s rule. Jeevan Reddy said that ACD charges are illegal. He asked for a supply of current to agriculture at a fixed time.
Jeevan Reddy has made it clear that if early elections are held in the state, he will contest for the Assembly. He said that he wants to contest for the Assembly. Jeevan Reddy said that Congress is strong in the Nizamabad Lok Sabha seat. (Maxim News)
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