`Theatrics, stage-managed drama': Revanth Reddy on Bandi Sanjay's arrest

Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC) President A Revanth Reddy on Tuesday said TRS and BJP have struck a secret pact wherein they criticize each other openly but remain the best of buddies behind closed doors.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  5 Jan 2022 4:26 AM GMT
`Theatrics, stage-managed drama:  Revanth Reddy on Bandi Sanjays arrest

Hyderabad: Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC) President A Revanth Reddy on Tuesday said TRS and BJP have struck a secret pact wherein they criticize each other openly but remain the best of buddies behind closed doors.

He said both parties are engaged in "theatrics" and trading charges against each other is meant for public consumption while they indulge in dubious behind-the-scene manipulations. Reddy said just a year is left to when the two bosom buddies -- BJP and TRS --will drown in the Bay of Bengal.

In a statement, Reddy said that two parties are engaged in "theatrics". "The so-called arrest of the BJP's State President Bandi Sanjay Kumar reportedly because he is 'set to create public unrest' with his programme at Karimnagar is yet another classic instance of fooling the gullible people. It is not just the Congress party but every individual from Telangana realizes that this is part of a stage-managed drama being enacted by a known betrayer like K Chandrasekhar Rao and his comrades-in-crime from the State BJP, particularly Sanjay Kumar," he said.

He said politically speaking the arrest of Sanjay Kumar is a part of the deal between the two leaders to show that BJP is the primary opposition in Telangana.

"The Congress has been reiterating that TRS and BJP have struck a secret pact whereupon they criticize each other openly but remain the best of buddies behind closed doors. Misleading the public is second nature to leaders from both parties. This gains credence from the way the two approached issues concerning the state. The paddy procurement issue seemed to have reached a climax when KCR and the BJP leaders blamed each other for being anti-farmers," Reddy said.

The TPCC Chief said that it was ridiculous that for a party that has been blaming KCR for betraying the trust of farmers, the NDA government at the Centre should rally behind the TRS leadership and agree to Telangana's demand for increasing the quota to be lifted. It has done it again by putting off the proposed GST hike on textiles and handlooms from five to 12 percent. Don't these expose that they are birds of the same feather?

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