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Revanth Reddy makes harsh comments on KCR:- In a bold move, Chief Minister A. Revanth Reddy kick-started the Congress' campaign for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. He passionately urged the public to vote for the party candidate in the Adilabad Lok Sabha constituency, as this would pave the way for Rahul Gandhi to become the next Prime Minister. Reddy cautioned against the possibility of former chief minister K. Chandrashekar Rao surrendering his party MPs to Prime Minister Narendra Modi if the BRS were to win a few seats in the elections. He questioned whether the people had received the promised "15 lakh" from Modi in the previous elections. Reddy also promised the introduction of the "500 per LPG cylinder scheme" in the presence of one lakh women and AICC general secretary Priyanka Gandhi. Additionally, Reddy pledged his commitment to the backward Adilabad district, vowing to work towards its comprehensive development. He assured that all necessary funds for various developmental and welfare projects in the district would be allocated.
Revanth Reddy, speaking about justice, announced that the state government plans to hire 15,000 constables in the next 15 days. This is in addition to the 7,000 staff nurse positions that have already been filled, out of the promised two lakh jobs during the elections. Reddy urged the public to reject anyone who speaks of bringing down the Congress government and reinstating Rao as Chief Minister. The Chief Minister, along with Deputy Chief Minister Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka and other Cabinet members, addressed the 'Telangana Punarnirman Sabha' after performing rituals at the Keslapur temple and paying respects at the Indravelli martyrs memorial.
He criticized the previous government for failing to provide drinking water to the underprivileged through Mission Bhagiratha. He also mentioned that currently, the Adivasis residing in remote areas still rely on agricultural wells for their drinking water. Reddy described the barren land as resembling a desert while flying in a helicopter to Adilabad. He recalled his time as TPCC president when he apologized to the people of Telangana for the tragic Indravelli massacre of 1981, which occurred in undivided Andhra Pradesh when leaders from the region were left helpless.