Telangana CM Reddy Says BJP Doesn't Let People From South Survive, Claims It Ignored THESE Leaders

When asked if EVM was not manipulated because he is younger brother of the Prime Minister, referencing his remark to PM as Bade bhai (big brother), the Telangana CM said he doesn't know if the PM knew him before he (Reddy) became the Chief Minister.
Telangana CM Revanth Reddy

Telangana CM Revanth Reddy

Photo : PTI
New Delhi: Telangana Chief Minister Revanth Reddy has alleged that the Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) "ignores" leaders from the southern states who work for the party itself. Naming leaders in the BJP from south India, Reddy said that the saffron party doesn't let them survive at all.
When asked that he was in ABVP, student wing of the BJP, he said," There are so many people in Telangana from ABVP. How many of those are known to PM Narendra Modi?"
He said this while responding to a question that EVM worked fine during Telangna elections when Congress won. "...the EVM keeps running, when it is manipulated, when it is not manipulated, we remain alert," he said while talking to Times Now Group Editor-in-Chief, Navika Kumar.
When asked if EVM was not manipulated because he is younger brother of the Prime Minister, referencing his remark to PM as Bade bhai (big brother), the Telangana CM said he doesn't know if the PM knew him before he (Reddy) became the Chief Minister.
He said that the PM removed Ram Madhav who was general secretary of the BJP from south. "Where is he?" Reddy asked, adding "where is Govind Acharya today?"
"In today's times, if any representative from the South comes to BJP who has worked with it, is not allowed to survive in the Bharatiya Janta Party...Be it Ram Madhav Ji or Venkaiah Naidu Ji or Govind Acharya ji, because they have captured the entire north (India), BJP ignores them all," Reddy added.
On the question if he doesn't consider Nirmala Sitharaman a representative from the south, he said, "It is a showoff and with one example entire thing cannot be denied."
To his 'Vibdrant Telanaga' plan's similarity with 'Vibrant Gujarat', Reddy said that it (vibrant) is an English word and not was "not invented by Modi ji".
"Anyone can use it. Similarly, Modi ji does not even like English very much. As far as I know, he is busy in promoting Hindi," the CM said.
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