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    Deputy Chief Minister Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka accused Delhi police of framing CM Revanth Reddy at the direction of the ruling BJP for speaking out against their plan to eliminate reservations. Bhatti made these remarks during a press conference at Gandhi Bhavan, where he criticized the BJP for undermining the ‘federal spirit’ by threatening the Chief Minister with false cases. He stated that this trend is dangerous and goes against India’s democratic principles, emphasizing the importance of protecting the federal spirit.

    Bhatti also addressed questions about Amit Shah’s comments on Muslim reservations, noting that the BJP’s true intentions are becoming clear as they try to justify their stance. He cited examples of RSS and BJP leaders who have previously criticized reservations, such as M G Vaidya, Ananth Kumar Hegde, and former LS speaker Sumitra Majahan. On the issue of the Medigadda barrage, Bhatti emphasized the need for a judicial inquiry to determine the project’s functionality, highlighting technical complexities that require expert input.

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    In conclusion, Bhatti stressed the importance of upholding freedom of expression and preserving India’s multi-party democracy. He warned against the autocratic approach of the ruling BJP and called for unity in defending the federal spirit that forms the foundation of India’s democracy.

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