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    Chief Minister A Revanth Reddy stated that the BJP leadership was upset when he questioned their alleged plan to eliminate reservations. He mentioned that the issue of reservations has become a national topic, leading to the Centre sending him a notice.

    During a press conference, the CM emphasized that he will continue to stand by his statements and not back down in the face of threats of illegal cases. He claimed that the Union Home Ministry was involved in orchestrating these cases at the behest of authorities in Delhi. Reddy also mentioned facing obstacles when his advocate tried to address the matter with the police, but he vowed to respond strongly.

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    According to the CM, the Congress party believes that BJP leaders like Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Minister Amit Shah are misrepresenting Muslim reservation in Telangana and Karnataka. He highlighted that weaker sections were included under BC (E) within constitutional guidelines, accusing Modi of spreading falsehoods derived from misinformation.

    Revanth Reddy recalled his previous allegations against Manmohan Singh in 2019, where he claimed the former PM was plotting with Pakistan to harm him. He criticized BJP for what he described as a culture of deceit, with Modi as the “VC” of a “University of lies” and Amit Shah as the registrar.

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    He urged the public to consider whether they support maintaining or changing the constitution, suggesting that debates on welfare and development were now irrelevant. Reddy warned that BJP’s intentions to abolish reservations for SCs, STs, and BCs have been a long-standing agenda since the NDA’s inception under Atal Bihari Vajpayee.

    Presenting a Gazette copy, he pointed out that the NDA government had initiated a review of the constitution in 2000, led by a commission chaired by Justice Venkatachaliah. Reddy alleged that if BJP secures a significant majority, they will move forward with eliminating reservations as outlined in their historical actions.

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