KCR Punishable For Having Two Voter IDs: Revanth Reddy
The Telangana Congress leader alleged that KCR had two voter IDs in his name and demanded that the EC take prompt action against the CM for the same.
Hyderabad | 9th December 2018
Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC) working president A Revanth Reddy today alleged that caretaker Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao had two voter IDs in his name and demanded that the Election Commission (EC) take prompt action against the CM for the same.
Addressing media persons in his constituency Kodangal, Reddy alleged that KCR had enrolled as a voter in two places - one in his native village Chintamadaka in the Siddipet Assembly constituency, and the other one at his farmhouse in Yerravalli.
"KCR's name has been enrolled as Kalvakuntla Chandrashekar Rao in one place and as Chandrashekar Rao Kalvakuntla in the other. The EC should remove his name from the voters' list from one of these places," he demanded.
Also stating that the possession of two voter IDs was an offence under the election laws and that violators were liable for imprisonment upto an year, Reddy demanded that the EC also incarcerate KCR for one year.
Reddy reiterated that he would quit politics if he lost the election from the Kodangal Assembly constituency, and asked his political rival KTR if he was ready to do the same.
Calling KTR a "liar", Reddy alleged that the TRS leader failed keep his word after the GHMC elections when the TRS failed to secure 100 seats. "KTR said that he would quit politics if his party failed to secure 100 divisions. However, when his party secured 99 divisions, he retracted from his promise," Reddy said.
He exhorted confidence that the Praja Kutami would emerge victorious on December 11 and form the Telangana government with a comfortable majority.
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