New Delhi: Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC) working president Revanth Reddy lambasted caretaker Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao (KCR) here today. On the sidelines of the Congress screening committee meeting at the AICC headquarters, he said the people of the State would prefer a sealed cover CM to a cheap liquor CM.
Revanth Reddy said that the differences between KCR and senior TRS leader Harish Rao have peaked in the recent times. "After discussing with Harish Rao, TRS leader from KCR's home constituency Gajwel, Narsa Reddy joined the Congress. The TRS leaders should release the CCTV footage from the minister's quarters on October 25," he demanded.
Alleging that Harish Rao was desperate for replacing KCR as the CM, he opined that the TRS leaders were trying to deceive the people of the State on the Congress's alliance with the TDP, TJS and the CPI. Predicting the outburst of internal clashes in the TRS, the Congress leader said the dissent within the party was about to create waves in the party's election campaign.
Stating that 40 out of the 105 TRS candidates announced by KCR on September 6 had no chance of winning in the election, he said that the Congress would try and win 20 other seats to achieve the magic figure of 60 seats in the State Assembly.
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