The Congress party has denied charges made by KT Rama Rao (KTR), the working president of the Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS), that Telangana Chief Minister Revanth Reddy obtained his job through the ‘Delhi Management Quota.’
Sujatha Paul, the All India Congress Committee (AICC) communication coordinator, described KTR’s allegations as unfounded and indicated that they reject claims of bribery to achieve political positions.
Sujatha Paul noted that the term “Delhi Management Quota” has no substance and is deceptive. She advocated for more courteous political discourse and emphasized the Congress’ commitment to issue-based politics. The Congress leader asked KTR to focus on policies and development rather than making personal assaults.
KTR accused Revanth Reddy of becoming Chief Minister based on a’management quota’ established by Delhi. He made these statements during a visit to the Sircilla constituency. Sujatha Paul defended Revanth Reddy’s reputation and demanded an apology from KTR for his derogatory remarks about the state government’s projects.
The political discussion comes amid continuous tensions between Telangana’s major political groups, and the Congress intends to remain focused on policies and development issues rather than mudslinging.
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