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    Congress accused of orchestrating attack on BRS Dubbaka candidate, claims Mantri

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    Hyderabad: Agriculture Minister Singireddy Niranjan Reddy claimed that the Congress party was behind the attack on Dubbaka candidate Kotha Prabhakar Reddy. He made this statement during a press conference along with former minister Nagam Janardhan Reddy and Ravula Chandrashekar Reddy. Niranjan Reddy mentioned that the BRS party has gained power and is confident about winning all 14 seats in Mahbubnagar due to the support of senior leaders like Nagam and Ravula.

    Niranjan Reddy expressed his concern about the recent violent incidents encouraged by the Congress party, including the knife attack on their MP. He compared this to the non-violent approach during the Telangana movement and accused the Congress of not wanting any other party to come to power.

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    Niranjan Reddy accused Revanth Reddy of inciting violence through inflammatory comments and claimed that the attack on Kotha Prabhakar Reddy was orchestrated by the Congress. Janardhan Reddy also criticized the Congress for giving tickets to parachute leaders instead of popular leaders who had worked for the party.

    When asked why he joined BRS, Niranjan Reddy explained that he found it difficult to work under an incompetent person and questioned the ticket recommendation process in national parties. Ravula stated that he was not interested in contesting elections and believed that a political party should be a platform for serving.

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    Overall, Niranjan Reddy and his colleagues expressed confidence in the BRS party’s chances in the upcoming elections and criticized the Congress party for its actions.

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