Revanth demands BJP to clear air on relations with TRS

first_imgHyderabad: Congress MP from Malkajgiri A Revanth Reddy on Friday posed five questions to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on its relations with the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) and demanded a reply from the saffron party. Addressing the media, he wanted BJP leader and Union Minister of State for Home Affairs G Kishan Reddy to come clear on BJP’s relations with the TRS while the saffron party has been stating that it was the only alternative to TRS in the State. Also Read – Hyderabad: Intermediate student dies of cardiac arrest in class Advertise With Us He said that he has enough evidence with him to prove his allegations. He alleged that the BJP has been trying to weaken the Congress through the TRS. Revanth said while the BJP has been pretending that it was fighting with the TRS in the State, it has been maintaining harmonious relations with it at Delhi level. “It is like ladayee in gallis and alay balay at Delhi,” he mocked. Also Read – Vemulawada school seized after road accident Advertise With Us While listing his questions, Revanth wondered whether the BJP has shelved the CBI inquiry on Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao in Sahara Provident Fund case. He wanted to know whether Chandrashekar Rao would be left out from the ESI hospital case. He wanted reply of BJP on holding inquiry into the illegal human trafficking case. Revanth asked the saffron party to tell whether the Gulabi Coolie case has been closed and also wanted to know as to whether it has been with holding its allegations on corruption in Kaleswaram project. Advertise With Us The MP said the deep relations between the BJP and the TRS have been exposed in the Parliament. He said the TRS rushed its MP J Santosh Kumar to Delhi in private flight on Thursday to vote in favour of BJP in Rajya Sabha on the amendment bill to Right to Information Act and helped the ruling party at the Centre to get the bill passed. “The TRS has opposed the amendment and its leader in RS K Kesava Rao signed the letter of opposition parties. But TRS changed the stand overnight after BJP president Amit Shah called on TRS chief K Chandrashekar Rao. The TRS chief who was not available to MPs, MLAs and Ministers of his party has attended Shah’s call promptly and sent his MP of RS to vote in favour of BJP,” he alleged. Revanth said that the TRS MPs have participated in the plantation programme being held in Parliament premises on Friday. Union Minister Prakash Javadekar and TRS MPs rubbed shoulders, he said. The MP said that MIM president Asaduddin Owaisi should spell out his stand against the TRS who has said in the past that he would prevent any relation between the TRS and saffron party. Posing questions to BJP leaders DK Aruna, Jitendar Reddy and G Vivek, he said that if they were truly opposing the TRS and believe that it was BJP which was only alternative to TRS, they should come out with their explanation on the recent happenings in which the nexus between the TRS and BJP have been exposed.last_img