Revanth Reddy challenges BJP, BRS to discuss manifestos in special Assembly session

Criticising the BJP and the BRS, Chief Minister Revanth Reddy claimed his would be a government that filled 30,000 jobs in three months,

Revanth Reddy challenges BJP, BRS to discuss manifestos in special Assembly session

HYDERABAD: Chief Minister Revanth Reddy has challenged the BRS and the BJP if they are ready to discuss their manifestos of 2014 and 2018 as opposed to the six guarantees of the Congress in a special Assembly session

Talking to media persons here on Monday, the Chief Minister said Union Minister G Kishan Reddy didn’t ever meet this government on people’s issue. “We have gone so many times to the Centre and met leaders on issues. Why are you not cooperating? Why should we make Modi PM for a third time? Is it to kill farmers?” he asked.

Revanth Reddy sought to know the difference between KCR and Modi who both had cheated Telangana.

The BJP was speaking same language as that of the BRS. He said Harish Rao and Kishan Reddy were speaking the same language.

Except KCR family, none in the BRS was in agreement with the party line.

KCR could only indulge in destruction so fast. In 10 years, he did destruction equal to that of 100 years.

“We have to pay Rs. 70,000 crore every year to banks for debt servicing. This was just Rs. 6,000 crore in 2014. He has driven the state to bankruptcy and debt trap, he said.

Rythu Bandhu amount would be deposited by March 31.

The government had to as distribute money sector wise - be it salaries, pensions, welfare hostels etc.

He said Harish Rao should tell how to fix Medigadda and KCR should visit his work, he quipped.

Revanth Reddy said

In 70 days, “we will be a government to give 30,000 jobs. The BRS couldn’t solve small issues and court issues related to employment. Ironically, all the appointment letters being given by the Chief Minister were a result of the process commenced during the BRS Government.

He said applications for free electricity, and Rs 500 gas cylinder were a recurring process. People could keep applying for them.

Justifying the riders imposed for the schemes, he said If restrictions were not set, even people in Jubilee Hills would want to use the free power and subsidised gas cylinders.

Referring to the agriculture sector, he said all varieties of cropping had disappeared, but “now it is only paddy.”

He attributed the rise in groundwater to copious rains.

Taking a jibe at KTR, he said he was an “outsourced person who came in management quota.” He claimed that “I led the elections, where was the doubt about CM candidate.”

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