Telangana Congress Chief Claims Thousands Stopped From Attending Rahul Gandhi Event, Shares Video


New Delhi: Telangana Congress chief Revanth Reddy said that several people were stopped from attending the rally of Congress leader Rahul Gandhi in Warangal on Friday. Making the claim, Reddy shared a video on his Twitter handle. In the tweet, he wrote that the police stopped several vehicles and thousands of people from reaching the event.

Taking to his official Twitter handle, Reddy wrote, “Police stopped hundred of vehicles and thousands of people from reaching #RaithuSangharshanaSabha ground 10kms away. These cheap tricks will not deter the spirit of #Congress.”

Rahul Gandhi in his public address said that his party is in solidarity with the farmers of the state.

Taking a dig at the Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao, Gandhi, as quoted by news agency PTI, said, “Telangana people thought a govt for poor will be formed but it did not happen; today there is a ‘king’ instead of CM.”   

Continuing his attack on the CM, Gandhi said, “What happened to Telangana’s dream of progress; only one family benefitted immensely.”

Extending his support to the farmers, he said the dream of Telangana will never be fulfilled if the farmers are weak since they are the foundation of the southern state.

He assured that when his party forms the government in Telangana, Congress would provide ₹15,000 per acre direct transfer to the farmers, ₹2 lakh loan waiver and fair and accurate MSP.

“We will topple TRS in elections and it will be a direct battle between Congress and TRS… The person who has ruined the dream of Telangana, and stolen lakhs and crores from the youth, poor, we will not forgive them,” news agency ANI quoted him as saying.

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