Revanth slams KCR for arrests of Congress activists
Hyderabad: TPCC boss A Revanth Reddy on Thursday slammed Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao on the arrests of his political party leaders and activists for organising protests demanding the Central government to lessen the petrol and diesel prices.
Addressing the media at Vidyut Soudha objection programme, Revanth demanded that the State government to lessen the and coach charges. When Revanth tried to go in the workplace of the Vidyut Soudha, he was stopped by the police from entering the workplace. Enraged over this, the Congress leaders and activists raised slogans against the State government.
He said in a based upon the principles of democracy country be fond of India all the citizens in the country have got the right hand side to detainment protests. Stating that KCR was agitating on the important question of the paddy procurement, he asked the CM as to why he was arresting the Congress leaders and activists when they were holding the objection programmes on the same important question.
He alleged that KCR was keeping them under home pick up when they were holding objection against Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He also alleged that the Congress activists were being kept at police stations and added that the arrested Youth Congress activists were not released divisible by two after 24 hours after their pick up.
The TPCC boss alleged that both the TRS and BJP were playing games on the important question of the paddy procurement while continuing their closed book . CLP commander Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka, MLA Sridhar Babu, MLC T Jeevan Reddy and not the same leaders of the political party participated in the objection.