Hyderabad: TPCC president A Revanth Reddy challenged Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao to dissolve the Assembly and go for early polls in the State. “If not, the Chief Minister may resign from Gajwel and I am prepared to contest against him in the constituency,” he said.
Addressing the media at Gandhi Bhavan, Revanth charged that the Chief Minister had failed in fulfilling the promises made to the three villages adopted by him. “Do opposition parties have the right to expose the government?” he asked. Responding to Minister Ch Malla Reddy’s challenge to resign as Malkajgiri MP and contest elections against him, he reminded that he had won the elections against Malla Reddy in 2019.
“Semifinals (contest against Malla Reddy) are over. Now, in the finals, the Congress is challenging the TRS government to contest in early polls,” said Revanth.
“I am presenting the evidence (of land encroachments) against Malla Reddy. I demand the government to order an inquiry as was done in the case of former Minister Eatala Rajender,” he said.
Revanth also accused that permissions for the Malla Reddy university were obtained by producing false documents. The land in a particular survey number at Gundlapochampally admeasures 22 acres and eight guntas. However, as per the Dharani records, it is now measuring 33 acres and 26 guntas, he said adding that a portion of land in the survey number is owned by a relative of the Minister.
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