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Congress-led alliance coming to power in Lok Sabha polls : CM Revanth Reddy 

Hyderabad, April 24 (Zahid Hussain – PMI): Chief Minister and TPCC president A Revanth Reddy said the Congress-led alliance is coming to power at the Centre in the Lok Sabha polls.

            The Chief Minister participated in a rally organised on the occasion of filing the nomination of Secunderabad Congress candidate Danam Nagender here on Wednesday.

            Addressing the people, Revanth Reddy alleged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi made several promises to Telangana, but hadn’t done anything during the last ten years.

            He also slammed the Prime Minister for issuing provocative statements in the name of religion and said that Modi was trying to win the elections, dividing the people.

            “God should be in the temple. Devotion should be in the heart, but God has been brought into the market by Narendra Modi. He is trying to win elections by spreading the religion,” Revanth Reddy said.

            The Chief Minister also asked Union Minister G Kishan Reddy, who represents Secunderabad Lok Sabha, to tell the people what he has done to the Parliament segment during his tenure.

            “When the twin cities were submerged in floods, Kishan Reddy didn’t ask the Centre to provide financial assistance to the State government. Apart from this, he didn’t bring any funds from the Centre for the development of Telangana during the last ten years,” Revanth Reddy said.

            He has urged the people to cast vote for Congress candidate Danam Nagender and extend their support for  making Rahul Gandhi as the Prime Minister.

            “If Danam Nagender from Secundrabad Lok Sabha wins the election, I will take a responsibly of giving the Minister post to him in the union cabinet,” the Chief Minister said. (Press media of india)

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