Kaushik Reddy Lashes Out at Revanth Reddy

Hyderabad, Oct.9 (Maxim News): TRS leader P. Kaushik Reddy today lashes out at TPCC president A. Revanth Reddy and dared him to ensure deposit to the Congress party candidate in Huzurabad by-elections.

He said that he would quit from politics if Revanth Reddy ensured deposit to his party candidate in the by-elections and added that Revanth should quit from his post if he failed to do so.

Addressing media persons at Huzurabad , Kaushik Reddy alleged that Revanth Reddy became the TPCC chief after giving ₹50 crore to AICC state incharge Mnickam Tagore.

He also alleged that Revanth Reddy took ₹25 crore from BJP candidate from Huzurabad Assembly segment Etela Rajender by promising him to settle his 17 acres land dispute at Nanakramguda in the city.

He claimed that Revanth claimed that Etela would win from the Huzurabad Assembly segment while sitting in the post of the TPCC president. He termed Revanth as a broker and blackmailer.

Kaushik Reddy Lashes Out at Revanth Reddy
Kaushik Reddy Lashes Out at Revanth Reddy

Taking potshots at Congress party candidate Balmuri Venkat Rao from the Huzurabad Assembly segment , he asked if he now the details of the villages Huzurabad segment.

Kaushik said that he would step into Telangana State legislative council with the blessings of CM KCR and asked Revanth to observe his growth in the ruling TRS party.

Targeting Etela Rajender he asked if the BJP candidate any self respect . He said that Etela had lost his respect as soon as he joined the BJP.

He alleged that Etela was more concerned about protecting his properties than the people of his constituency. (Maxim News)


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