Hyderabad: Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC) chief A Revanth Reddy on Wednesday cam down heavily on the TRS supremo KCR and his family amid the 21st TRS Formation Day celebrations in Hyderabad.
Taking to Twitter, Revanth tweeted a phrase stating that snakes have occupied houses built by ants. He alleged that after many youth sacrificed their lives and after many agitations for the separate State of Telangana, the pink party has claimed over all credit.
He stated that before the TRS party, the properties of KCR was only a damaged cycle and a broken chair but after 21 years, the KCR family’s wealth is equal to that of Nizams. He said that the KCR’s power is the pain of many youths of Telangana who sacrificed their lives. It is to mention here that the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) on Wednesday celebrated its 21st Formation Day at HICC in Hyderabad. The whole city has turned pink on the occasion. The TRS supremo and Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao reached the HICC and unfurled the party flag and later took part in the TRS Plenary meeting. The TRS plenary on the occasion, passed 11 resolutions.
Speaking on the occasion, TRS supremo KCR said that the State is moving forward with all the developments. He said that the party was, is and will work for the welfare of the farmers. He said that the farmers in the State need not worry about the paddy procurement as the government will take appropriate decision on the same. Hitting out at the Centre on the occasion, KCR said that TRS believes in Communal harmony where the BJP is indulging in creating communal hatred.
Referring to Jahangirpuri incident, he said that the BJP had created a nuisance during the Hanuman Shobha Yatra on Hanuman Jayanthi by giving swords and other arms to its activists which apparently resulted in massive violence.
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