Revanth’s satirical tweet on flight to be purchased for KCR

30-09-2022 Fri 10:59
Revanth’s satirical tweet on flight to be purchased for KCR

Hyderabad, September 30: Responding to decision of TRS to buy special plane for TRS chief and Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao (KCR), TPCC president Revanth Reddy posted a satirical tweet. Indirectly referring to KCR, the Congress leader tweeted that the flight is being purchased to wander the country.
The Telangana Congress president flayed KCR for not visiting families of Telangana martyrs once after the TRS coming to power twice. “Rao did not console the kin of farmers, who committed suicide and never left air-conditioned room from Pragathi Bhavan and his farmhouse to meet people,” he slammed.
According to reports, ten TRS leaders donated money to buy a chartered plane to KCR. Three from Khammam district, one each from Nalgonda and Karimnagar districts were among donors. Flight will be used by KCR to visit as many cities and towns as possible to launch a powerful broadside against the BJP at national level. Meanwhile, the TRS chief speeded up registration process for new national political party. 

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