Revanth Reddy, the TPCC chief, announced that he and his party candidate, SA Sampath Kumar, will not file their nominations for the Alampur Assembly seat if it is proven that the ruling BRS party government is providing 24-hour power supply in the State. He emphasized that free electricity belongs to the Congress party in Telangana. Revanth Reddy challenged CM KCR to prove that there is no 24-hour power supply and even offered to rub his nose on the ground in the middle of the road if proved wrong.
During his election rallies in Alampur, Gadwal, and Maktal, Revanth Reddy credited the Congress party for providing free electricity to farmers, clearing arrears, dropping cases, and supplying free electricity to 18 lakh pumpsets. He questioned how the number of pumpsets in Telangana increased from 18 lakh to 25 lakh if KCR had truly provided water to one crore acres of land. Revanth Reddy criticized KCR for his lack of action and accused him of trying to deceive people with lies. He observed a strong desire among farmers, women, and the unemployed to remove the BRS government.
Furthermore, Revanth Reddy mentioned that KCR had promised Rs 100 crore for the development of Jogulamba temple but failed to fulfill it. He criticized the CM for neglecting the temple’s condition despite the promise.