The Delhi Liquor Scam has ignited a political fire in both the national capital and the Telangana capital. With the aggressiveness of CBI and ED, new cases are coming to the fore. On the one hand, while the investigation agencies are continuing the investigation, on the other hand, the dialogue between the leaders is continuing as the war peaks. BJP leaders have already made sensational allegations against the role of MLC Kavitha. The matter went to court. Recently, BJP leader Rajagopal Reddy dragged Revanth Reddy into this.
“Delhi Liquor scandal opened the doors to the fact that the Pragati Bhavan and Gandhi Bhavan are in fact colluding, it also revealed to the public- Revanth Reddy’s dramas and Kalwakuntla Kavitha’s illicit activities. If a string is pulled in Delhi, Pragati Bhavan and Gandhi Bhavan’s business relations will be derailed,” tweeted Rajagopal Reddy. This tweet triggered a furious atmosphere in political circles. But Revanth Reddy gave a strong counter to Rajagopal’s tweet.
“Rajagopal’s case is very strange. I joined the company as a director on February 2, 2010. I resigned on February 15 within 13 days. The company closed in 2013 without doing any business. These cheap stories are not going to help you win the elections in Munugodu,” Revanth Reddy retweeted.
The tweet war between the two took a turn towards the activists. The ranks of BJP and Congress are also making comments that their leader is telling the truth. Rajagopal Reddy recently resigned from the post of former MLA and Congress party. Since then Revanth Reddy has been targeting him. Even Rajagopal continues to criticize Congress leaders.