Police Stopped Revanth Reddy When He Was Going SIT Office With Evidence
Hyderabad, March 23 (Maxim News): TPCC President and MP, Revanth Reddy has expressed anger against the police for stopping him from going to the SIT with evidence.
Speaking to the media persons, while moving towards the SIT office with evidence, he asked why the police stopping us from going to the SIT in the case of TSPSC Paper Leakage, the police are stopping him from going with evidence. Revanth Reddy said that Chief Minister K.Chandrasekhar Rao and son and Minister K. Tarak Rama Rao and daughter MLC Kavitha are in fear that if he gives the evidence, they will be found guilty. He lashed out at Kavitha for trying to avoid the CBI inquiry in Delhi Liquor Scam.
It is known that the SIT has issued notices to TPCC chief Revanth Reddy to submit evidence on the allegations made in the TSPSC paper leakage case. In this order, Revanth will appear before the SIT today. In this background, many Congress leaders are being house arrested by the police. There is a possibility that a large number of leaders and workers will come to the SIT office. If this happens, there is a possibility of a chaotic situation. Congress senior leaders Shabbir Ali and Mallu Ravi were put under house arrest. (Maxim News)
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