TRS activists burn Revanth’s effigy
The district TRS activists have strongly condemned remarks made by Congress leader A Revanth Reddy against Assembly Speaker S Madhusudhana Chary and Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao.
Bhupalpally: The district TRS activists have strongly condemned remarks made by Congress leader A Revanth Reddy against Assembly Speaker S Madhusudhana Chary and Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao.
A large number of ruling party activists and leaders have burnt an effigy of the Congress leader at Mogullapalli mandal headquarters in the district on Wednesday as a mark of protest. Revanth Reddy was accused of making caustic remarks against the Speaker and the CM during the TPCC Praja Chaitanya Bus Yatra meeting at the mandal headquarters on Tuesday night.
Speaking to the press, the party mandal president B Rajeshwar Rao and leader N Mallaiah complained that the Congress leader made baseless charges of corruption against the Speakers’ family members.
Revanth Reddy reportedly commented that their sins could not be washed with ‘Palabhishekam’ but should be washed with acid. He also accused the CM of deceiving those, who trusted him and hence unworthy of loyalty.
‘The comments display the Congress leaders’ bankrupt mindset. The Speaker has been making committed efforts for the development of the district and Bhupalpally constituency. The public wanted to show their affection and performed ‘Palabhishekam’ and there was nothing wrong in that,’ Rajeshwar Rao said.
Party leader G Venkateshwar Reddy, sarpanch Tirupathi and Farmer Coordination Committee mandal coordinator Ch Anna Reddy and others warned the Congress leaders to control their tongue, otherwise they would have to face the wrath of the public.
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