Revanth Reddy breathed fire on Pawan Kalyan for heaping praises on Telangana CM K Chandrasekhar Rao after meeting him in Pragathi Bhavan. ‘Pawan Kalyan has fallen in the trap set by KCR by believing his tall claims. It’s like extending support to KCR who is looting the people,’ he opined.
The Firebrand Leader accepts the comments made by United AP’s last CM Kiran Kumar Reddy over electricity consumption if bifurcation happens. ‘What Kiran said then was absolutely true. Sonia Gandhi divided power allocation according the consumption. While Telangana received 54 percent, AP got 46 percent. Congress Government had begun many power projects including 1200 MW in Jaipur, 600 MW in Bhupalapally and 240 MW in Mahabubnagar. It was because of those Power Projects, Telangana is able to obtain surplus power Today. Even Centre has been offering power to states under Udhay Scheme,’ he informed.
Reddy accused KCR of looting thousands of crore in the name of free power to Farmers. He went on to say Farmers have never sought 24 hours power supply and all they need was 9 hours of power during day time. ‘What the benefit from offering power in the nights? TRS Government has been buying power from those firms which had gone bankruptcy. Pawan Kalyan should know facts before saying something. He need to read the book written by Vidyut JAC Leader Raghu. I am gonna send it to Pawan with the hope that he would realize the facts. The situation is like PK is transforming into brand ambassador for KCR’s looting,’ commented the MLA.
The Kodangal Legislator reminds Pawan Kalyan that KTR has described him as ‘mysterious’ on Twitter. He alleged KCR hasn’t produced a single unit of power after becoming Chief Minister. ‘How could Pawan support KCR who insulted the Telangana martyrs? If PK could see the other side, Then he would know about the ground reality. There is no gold in Golden Telangana. We have full faith on Pawan Kalyan. We don’t think he will succumb to political lobbying,’ says Revanth.happy wheels
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