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Telangana: Congress Planning Protest Over KCR’s Remarks on ‘New Constitution’, Says TPCC Leader

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Hyderabad: Expressing discontent over Chief Minister Ok Chandrasekhar Rao’s thought of a ‘new structure’, Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC) chief and MP A Revanth Reddy urged the Congress cadre to launch a stir by asserting a 48-hour protest on February 3.

As a part of the protests, the CM’s effigy could be burned in entrance of Ambedkar statues across the state, the TPCC chief stated.

In response to Revanth, the views of KCR represents the goals of the Bharatiya Janata Social gathering. “This could be extraordinarily unfair to varied teams, notably SCs and STs. KCR must apologise for his feedback. We’ll maintain Deeksha and burn his effigies if he fails to take action,” he stated.

Revanth stated that whereas the Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman spoke for an hour and a half on the finances, the CM spoke for 2 and a half hours on the difficulty. He criticised the CM for talking pictorially on the press meet on Tuesday.

Chatting with media at TS Bhavan in New Delhi, Revanth stated that solely the wealthy would profit from the Union Budget 2022, and there could be no profit for the poor and the center class. He added that KCR couldn’t ask search funds for developmental tasks corresponding to a coach manufacturing unit, tribal college, NTPC unit, railway strains, nationwide highways.

Earlier, Revanth Reddy wrote a letter to Minister KTR asking to fulfil the election guarantees.

“The Jawahar Nagar dumping yard in my constituency emits poisonous gases that threaten the lives of the individuals. The Joint Motion Committee has informed you a lot instances that groundwater can be being polluted. Transfer the dump yard and defend the well being of the individuals,” Revanth had stated within the letter.



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