Medchal: The Minister of Panchayati Raj and Rural Development, Revanth Reddy, has been accused by the State Minister of Labor and Employment, Chamakura Mallareddy, of deceiving farmers by stating that they do not need free electricity. Mallareddy criticized Revanth Reddy’s comments on the need for free electricity for farmers. He accused the Congress Party leader of trying to divert attention from the party’s lack of support for farmers during the elections.
Chief Minister KCR alleged that the Congress Party is unjustly accusing him of neglecting the welfare of farmers while focusing on their own interests. He stated that if the Congress Party were in power, they would stop the distribution of free electricity to farmers. The Congress Party, on the other hand, claimed that they would provide Raitu Bandhu (Farmer’s Friend) and ensure the availability of free electricity. They appealed to the farmers not to trust the leaders of the ruling party.
Revanth Reddy has been accused of being a blackmailer and misusing party funds during his visit to the United States. The Congress Party is facing criticism for its declining popularity in Telangana. The party leaders are striving to regain public trust and support by promising various schemes and benefits for farmers. However, the allegations against Revanth Reddy have raised questions about the integrity and credibility of the Congress Party.
In response to these allegations, Revanth Reddy defended himself and stated that he has always worked in the best interest of farmers. He claimed that the ruling party is spreading false information to tarnish his image and divert attention from their own shortcomings in addressing the concerns of farmers. He reiterated his commitment to fighting for the rights and welfare of farmers.
The accusations and counter-accusations between the ruling party and the Congress Party have intensified ahead of upcoming elections. The farmers, who are crucial stakeholders in the political landscape, will play a significant role in deciding the outcome of the elections. It remains to be seen how these allegations will impact the political scenario and the support of farmers for the respective parties.