Revanth Reddy Gripped By Fear Of Arrest?

TPCC working president Revanth Reddy - Sakshi Post

Kosgi, Vikarabad: It appears that TPCC working president, Revanth Reddy is gripped by a growing fear of being arrested following the raids conducted by the Income Tax department officials on his house, as well as the houses of his relatives and associates. Among them was that of Accused no. 2 in the note-for-vote case, Sebastian.

The raids have been going on from the early hours this morning. Since Revanth Reddy was not available at the time of the searches, he was asked to come to Hyderabad, along with members of his family, by the IT officials immediately.

Hence the TPCC working president had to wind up his electioneering here and leave for Hyderabad on an urgent basis. Addressing his followers here, Revanth said that he had already spent 32 days in prison in the Note For Vote case. He added that he drew his courage and strength from the support of the people. Revanth also said he could be speaking to them for the last time for now. Further, he declared that he would file his nomination for the election from prison, if he gets arrested. It was the responsibility of the people of his constituency, Kodangal, to elect him, he said.

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