PNS | Hyderabad
Nizamabad BJP MP D. Arvind said that Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister DK Shiva Kumar had sent Rs 50 crore to TPCC president Revanth Reddy in trucks. He said that Revanth used to transport money in bags earlier but Shiva Kumar is now sending money in trucks.
He said that both the BRS and the Congress are one in Telangana and one can see how their governments keep looting.
He said that the Turmeric Board is a turning point in his political life and that he is a big fan of Prime Minister Modi. “I will try to reopen the Nizam Sugar Factory if I win elections again. I will bring back the lost sheen to sugarcane farmers,” he said. Participating in a thanksgiving meeting organised by turmeric farmers in Metpally town on Friday, Arvind touched the feet of sugarcane farmer Mamidi Narayana Reddy.
Addressing the gathering, he said that he would not engage in land grabs and would not arrange jobs by taking bribes. “I will not engage in even four paisa corruption,” he said. He said that the Congress encouraged brokers and added that BRS MLC Kavitha will not reach out to him in politics. “Kavitha brought the liquor board when I brought the Turmeric Board,” he said.