Revanth Defended His Comments To Blow Up Pragathi Bhavan
Warangal/Hyderabad, Feb 8 (Maxim News): TPCC President and MP, Revanth Reddy defended his comments to blow up Pragati Bhavan. He said that Pragati Bhavan should be blown up with dynamite because it is not useful to the people.
Revanth said that Pragathi Bhavan has become an obstacle for the anti-Telangana forces. All the traitors of the movement have now joined there. He protested why common people are not allowed to enter the Pragati Bhavan built by the hard work of the people of Telangana. He accused KCR of acting like a new Nizam with the help of the police if the Nizam set up a system of Razakars to protest himself. Revanth questioned why it took 8 years to build the Amarula Stupa when the construction of the Secretariat and Pragati Bhavan was completed in 9 months.
Revanth Reddy opined that Telangana will become a surplus budget state if KCR reduces extravagant spending. Rasamai Balakishan, an activist and an educated person, was asked whether he could be made a minister. He alleged that Jana Reddy fell on KCR’s feet during the movement. Revanth Reddy said why not arrest kCR who said the agenda of Naxalites is my agenda.
He said that he is the one who filed the cases against KCR. he asked if it is Naxalite agenda to give posts to your family members. Revanth Reddy said that Telangana’s first phase movement heard the voice of Telangana, The final phase movement achieved and established the state of Telangana.
Revanth Reddy made it clear that there must be another movement for public governance in Telangana. He challenged that he is ready to face any number of cases. he promised to help the families of the martyrs if the Congress party comes to power. Revanth Reddy said that they will implement the declaration of wasteland, houses for the poor, and also cancel G.O 317 which is causing trouble to the government employees. He made it clear that there will be no difficulty in ticket allotment of candidates in the next elections. (Maxim News)
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