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    Former minister and Malkajgiri BJP MP candidate Eatala Rajender criticized Chief Minister Revanth Reddy, accusing him of tapping the phones of Opposition party leaders. Rajender claimed to have a list of collections made by the CM from businessmen in the State.

    Rajender questioned the Chief Minister’s contradictory statements, pointing out that Revanth Reddy had called Prime Minister Narendra Modi the elder brother of the State while also criticizing him. He highlighted Modi’s allocation of 175 acres of defence land for the Kompally-Alwal flyover, which had been delayed for years. Rajender warned the CM of facing a similar fate to his predecessor.

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    Additionally, Rajender advised Revanth Reddy to speak carefully and suggested that people were not willing to tolerate whatever the CM said. He also accused Revanth Reddy of behaving like a cat with its eyes closed and drinking milk.

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