Hyderabad, May 24 (Hydnow): Labour Minister Malla Reddy today slammed Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC) president Revanth Reddy for indulging in blackmailing tactics against him and termed him as a thief.
Speaking to media persons here on Tuesday, Malla Reddy refuted the allegations that he had encroached upon the government and assigned lands by using political power and violating all norms. “Whatever the allegations made by Revanth Reddy against me are completely false.
I have purchased only the clear title of lands for the purpose of engineering colleges and other educational institutions by paying the amount four times than market value.
I didn’t not encroach even a single piece of land either from a person or the government. I don’t need to indulge in such wrong deeds,” he explained.
“In general, Revanth Reddy is a person of cheap character and blackmailer. When both were in Telugu Desam Party, he harassed me a lot and tried to obstruct me from not getting party ticket. Revanth had performed marriage of his daughter only after I helped him financially.
If my claim was wrong, can he deny the statement and will he take oath at the Yadagirigutta Lord Laxmi Narasimha Swamy temple?, Malla Reddy questioned.
The Labour Minister alleged that whichever the political party that Revanth Reddy is associated with will be buried and Congress party will face the similar fate in next election. (Hydnow)
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