Reddy’s Fitting Counter to KCR

Posted : October 25, 2014 at 10:23 pm IST by ManaTeluguMovies

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Telangana TDP leader and Kondangal MLA Revanth Reddy, who always take centre stage when it comes to criticizing KCR and TRS, does it again. Hitting hard this time around, Reddy said, “KCR is bluffing people of Telangana and farmers with half-baked truths. All his statements are bundle of lies.

After doing extensive research, Reddy shared the facts with media, “Ever since Telangana has been carved out, 273 Million Units of power have been additionally used by Telangana State and Andhra Pradesh has lost those 273 Million Units of power to Telangana.” Reddy said that Telangana is getting power through three forms- Hidal power, Thermal power and Central Government distributed power. Revanth blamed KCR for suicides of farmers and pointed out at his lack of inefficiency. “KCR is passing the buck and blaming Chandrababu Naidu for no reason. It’s deliberate attempt to demean TDP in Telangana,” Reddy said. However, Revanth didn’t stop there. “KCR seems to be drunk while making statements against Mr Chandrababu, ” Reddy lashed out.

Revanth further said, “Only because of Chandrababu, Telangana at least getting 54% of power. During bifurcation of state, assets and debts have been distributed such that AP bore the brunt. While Telangana got only 42%, AP was allotted 58% of debts. In that case, Telangana should only get 42% power and AP should get 58% power. Contrary to this, Telangana is getting 54% power now and the credit goes to Chandrababu. Since he has big heart for farmers in Telangana, we’re given 54% power. Had he approached courts, the issue would have been different now.”

Revanth Reddy vowed that all his figures and statements are true to his knowledge and based on the facts. Mr Reddy said that his source for date is “Southern Regional Load Despatch Centre (SRLDC)” and said he will owe full responsibility if anyone proves that his statements or figures are wrong. Revanth Reddy demanded Telangana government to constitute an All-Party Meeting on power crisis immediately.