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Revanth Reddy's strong counter to KCR:- In Kodangal, BRS leader K. Chandrashekar Rao made it clear that TPCC leader A. Revanth Reddy would not be the next Chief Minister and that the Congress would only secure a maximum of 20 seats. Revanth Reddy responded by challenging Rao, stating that he was willing to accept any punishment if the Congress did not secure at least 80 seats.
During his public addresses in Nizamabad (Rural), Narayankhed, Gajwel, and Kukatpally, Revanth emphasized that the Congress will campaign based on the Sriramsagar project, and questioned whether Rao would do the same for the Kaleshwaram project or Medigadda barrage.
Revanth criticized Rao for labeling the "Indiramma Rajyam" as a "regime of poverty and starvation." He argued that "Indiramma Rajyam" represents a government that supports the poor, while "BRS Rajyam" symbolizes a government that benefits the feudal lords and thieves. Revanth also accused Rao of deceiving the poor by promising them double bedroom houses, but only constructing a 150-room Pragathi Bhavan for himself.
In defense of the "Indiramma Rajyam," Revanth highlighted the welfare and development initiatives implemented by Congress governments, specifically the construction of houses for the underprivileged. Our government was not composed of thieves or feudal rulers, but the leaders of the BRS were engaged in corrupt practices, such as taking commissions and participating in illegal sand and land dealings. It is imperative that they are expelled from power.