Revanth Reddy opposes ballot paper pattern in Munugode
The candidates should introduce the candidates from the regional parties first because TRS is not yet a national party.
HYDERABAD: Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC) President Revanth Reddy, claimed on Wednesday that the constitutional body, the Election Commission of India, and election officials had completely failed in terms of including names on ballots.
Revanth Reddy said that the TRS should have been in the fourth position and that the returning officer had earlier put them in the second position while speaking to a rally in Munugode on Wednesday. The candidates should introduce the candidates from the regional parties first because TRS is not yet a national party.
Revanth said, "We clearly oppose the ballot paper. The ballot should be thoroughly reviewed and revised. The serial number should be assigned in accordance with the Central Election Commission's rules." He demanded that illegal vehicles be seized in accordance with election laws.
Revanth questioned whether the Central Election Commission was turning a blind eye despite the fact that many unauthorised vehicles were present at Union Minister Kishan Reddy's and Telangana BJP President Bandi Sanjay's rallies. He insisted that the rules be the same for everyone.
Revanth questioned whether Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao was subject to election regulations. Criminal charges should be brought against the ministers who illegally supplied the alcohol.
TRS Ministers campaign in government vehicles, which is completely against campaigning rules. Members from the BJP are constantly attacking our workers in the villages. Rajagopal Reddy personally threatened our workers.
However, Revanth claims that the police and Election Commission officials are unconcerned about prosecuting them.