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    BRS leader B Suman criticized the government for sending him notices for criticizing the Chief Minister. He called CM A Revanth Reddy a criminal who was caught in the vote for note case. The Mancherial police gave Suman a notice to appear for an inquiry regarding his derogatory comments about the CM. Suman stated that Revanth Reddy is a criminal and questioned what can be expected from him. He accused the Congress party of promising to restore Indiramma’s rule, but now they are arresting people and being hypocritical. Suman also mentioned that Revanth made similar comments about former Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao and should also face legal action. He demanded that cases be filed against Congress leaders who use abusive language against KCR and other party members. Despite several complaints from BRS leaders, no action has been taken so far. Suman warned that if Congress leaders continue to speak irresponsibly about their leaders, the BRS leaders will not stay silent and the people of Telangana will show their wisdom to CM Revanth Reddy and Congress leaders.

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