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Notices being served to those who fight against  BJP: CM Revanth

Hyderabad, April 29 (PMI): Responding to the summons issued by Delhi police in connection with Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s doctored video, Chief Minister Revanth Reddy said that Amit Shah is issuing notices to those who fight against Bharatiya Janatha Party ( BJP) in the  country.

The Chief Minister on Monday participated in the election campaign at Gurmitkal in Karnataka. Addressing the public meeting, the Chief Minister said that he and some other Congress leaders were served the notices for questioning BJP on social media.

“Whenever the elections are held, the Modi government sends ED, CBI and IT officials. There is nothing new in serving the notices. I am not afraid of such things and will face the tactics of BJP,” Revanth Reddy said.

The Chief Minister alleged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has cheated the people on various promises and his party  needed to be defeated in the Lok Sabha elections.

“Modi wants 400 Lok Sabha seats to abolish SC, ST and OBC reservations. The people should be cautious towards the BJP and should teach a fitting lesson to it in the elections,” he said.

“In ten years, PM Modi has not implemented any of the promises made to the people. The  Prime Minister promised that he would bring black money and put it in people’s accounts, but didn’t deposit  even a single paisa in the accounts of the poor,” Revanth Reddy alleged. (PMI)

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