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    The President of Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC), Revanth Reddy, recently made some significant comments regarding the alliance with the Bharatiya Rashtriya Samithi (BRS). He asserted that there will be no alliance between Congress and BRS as long as he is the president. He conveyed this message to the media in Delhi on Tuesday.

    Revanth Reddy further added that the people of Telangana are ready to give 80 seats to Congress. However, he also mentioned that if Congress gets only 20 to 30 seats, there will be no chance for the party as people would switch to other parties. He also stated that BRS will be limited to 25 seats.

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    Revanth Reddy recalled Rahul Gandhi’s earlier comments where he had stated that the Congress party will not forgive Telangana Chief Minister KCR. The TPCC Chief also highlighted that there was significant development in Telangana during the rule of Andhra and Nizam. He further added that the people of Telangana fought for their freedom and are still fighting for their rights.

    In conclusion, Revanth Reddy’s comments shed light on the current political scenario in Telangana and the stance of the Congress party regarding alliances with other parties.

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    Rajesh M
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