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CM dares KTR, Harish to go on indefinite fast for the jobless

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Chief Minister Revanth Reddy has challenged BRS legislators Harish Rao and KT Rama Rao to launch a hunger strike if they are genuinely concerned about the postponement of examinations.
Speaking at a key party workers’ meeting on Tuesday, Revanth Reddy criticized the BRS leaders for inciting innocent students and unemployed youth over the delay in the conduct of Group and DSC examinations.  He accused them of prioritizing their political agendas over the welfare of students. Revanth Reddy remarked: “If you truly have sincerity, both of you should sit on a hunger strike until the exams are postponed. Do it in front of the Arts College and show your commitment.”
Revanth claimed that whenever BRS faced crisis, KCR invariably used unemployed youth. He asked: “Did anyone in Kalvakuntla family die for Telangana? Thinking that the tall guy (Harish Rao) poured petrol on himself, Srikantha Chary committed suicide”.
Revanth added that the government’s intention was to ensure that the unemployed did not suffer and that the examinations should be conducted as scheduled. The state government’s focus was on providing jobs without succumbing to the pressures of vested interests like coaching center mafias.
The Chief Minister lambasted KCR and KTR for their past actions, accusing them of undermining democracy and engaging in deceptive practices. He asked KCR to recall the occasions when MLAs were poached, and questioned the former CM’s commitment to democratic principles.
Revanth Reddy also claimed ‘collusion’ between BJP and BRS to destabilize the Congress government in the state and asserted that such efforts would not succeed. He slammed KCR for neglecting developmental issues and engaging in political tours. Dubbing KCR as ‘sannasi’, he observed: “If you cannot support development, at least stay in your farmhouse.”
Revanth emphasized his connection with party workers at the grassroots level, saying: “I am one among the workers, and meeting you gives me immense strength.” He assured them that the state government valued their suggestions and advice and would implement them.
Revanth Reddy also announced that elections to local bodies would be held after the crop loan waiver, and urged party workers to be prepared. He reaffirmed his commitment to rewarding hardworking party members with nominated posts. The Chief Minister expressed his gratitude to every worker who had stood by him during his three years as PCC president and called for continued support and dedication towards the party’s goals.

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