Disqualification of Rahul Gandhi an evil act, says TPCC chief Revanth Reddy

TPCC president A Revanth Reddy on Friday said that the Lok Sabha Secretariat's disqualification of Congress leader Rahul Gandhi was an evil act

Telangana PCC president A Revanth Reddy

Telangana PCC president A Revanth Reddy

HYDERABAD: TPCC president A Revanth Reddy on Friday said that the Lok Sabha Secretariat's disqualification of Congress leader Rahul Gandhi was an evil act. He said that the BJP was trying all kinds of tricks to prevent the Adani scam from being discussed. Rahul's disqualification was part of it. He said that the country was running under an undeclared emergency. He criticised Prime Minister Modi for acting like a dictator. Such an attitude was evil, he said. The court also gave 30 days time for appeal.. Then why the disqualification? He said that Modi would go down in the annals of history as an undemocratic leader. He said that Rahul exposed the government's failures in the Padayatra from Kanyakumari to Kashmir. Modi was unable to digest it. He expressed anger that Modi was acting like a dictator. Rahul Gandhi had questioned the nexus between Adani and Modi. He said that Rahul Gandhi's fight in the Parliament to constitute JPC on the affairs of the Adani companies had made Modi restless. Revanth Reddy expressed confidence that the Congress would defeat this conspiracy through a legal battle.

Yatra postponed

He said that a large-scale unemployment protest program was planned in Hyderabad in the second week of April. In the wake of these protests, Revanth Reddy said that he had postponed his padayatra till April 6. He said that the Congress would continue its fight against TSPSC paper leakage. Revanth Reddy criticised that this government was pushing the lives of students into darkness. He said that the arrests of Congress leaders were being condemned across the state.

He criticised that TSPSC was messing with the lives of 50 lakh unemployed people. As part of the protest activities, “we wanted to protest in Osmania University on March 24 and 25. Though I wanted to participate in the protest and stand by the unemployed, with its dictatorial attitude, the state government has prevented us,” he criticised.

“Hundreds of policemen put me under house arrest when I had to participate in the protest in OU. Illegal detention is a barbaric act by the state government. We strongly condemn the detention of Congress leaders.”

He said that the government was imposing restrictions to cover up its failure. Ineligible candidates were appointed as members of the TSPSC. He reminded that Kakatiya University Professor Vinayaka Reddy approached the court for appointing TSPSC members in violation of the rules. The High Court Judge also expressed surprise on this matter. The High Court suggested the government to file a counter as to how it took such decisions. But the government did not file counter and sought adjournments. He said that this mischief happened because of putting ineligible people in powerful positions.

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