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    Revanth’s attempt to enter Secretariat foiled by Hyderabad police, leading to tension.

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    On Monday, police stopped Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee chief and MP A Revanth Reddy from entering the new Dr BR Ambedkar Telangana State Secretariat. He wanted to meet some top officials, but the police thought there might be law and order problems because the Chief Minister was in his chambers in the Secretariat. They deployed a lot of police around the State Administration Office premises to prevent any opposition from holding dharnas and rallies.

    The police had received intelligence that Revanth might visit the Secretariat. They intercepted his vehicle at Telephone Bhavan and sent him back. Revanth questioned the police for not letting an elected MP visit the Secretariat. He said that people representatives should be allowed to meet the Secretaries of various departments and Ministers to submit memoranda on people’s issues.

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    Revanth accused the Chief Minister of governing the State like a dictator and stifling the voice of the opposition. Tension prevailed for some time, but everything calmed down after Revanth left.

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