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Revanth Reddy Has Hit The Headlines After A Brief Gap

  • The Telangana Congress Committee working president Revanth Reddy is back after a short gap.
  • Revanth Reddy who has lost in the general elections has taken a short break and has once again made the headlines after his comeback.
  • Revanth has filed a petition in Telangana High Court again the ruling party MLA Patnam Narender Reddy who belongs to Kodangal constituency.
  • Revanth claimed that Patnam Narender Reddy has done many irregularities in the concluded elections of Telangana and seeking for the disqualification of his candidature, Revanth has filed a petition in High Court.
  • Revanth Reddy and the entire Telangana Congress party has expressed their objection towards the EVM’s and also alleged the ruling party is tampering it for their political benefits.
  • The Congress party has also demanded to bring the paper ballot to which the Election Commission has rejected citing it has many complications.
  • Have to wait and see how Revanth Reddy is going to take on his fight against the ruling party TRS in the coming future.

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