Chief Minister Revanth Reddy asked PM Modi, are you ready to retire at the age of 75

Hyderabad: Telangana Chief Minister Revanth Reddy, during a press conference, asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi whether the same way he has set the retirement age for an elected representative in the BJP at 75 years, would it be applicable to him too. CM Revanth Reddy said, “They have fixed the retirement age for an elected representative in BJP at 75 years. In this way he has taken forceful decisions against Lal Krishna Advani, Murli Manohar Joshi and senior leaders. Now Narendra Modi is going to do this. 74 years have passed, one more year is left. I want to ask this question to Narendra Modi, are you ready to retire at the age of 75? CM Revanth Reddy also raised questions from PM Modi on his economic policies. He further said, “I want to remind you one thing. From 1947 to 2014, for almost 67 years, 14 Prime Ministers have borrowed Rs 55 lakh crore. PM Modi borrowed Rs 113 lakh crore. He ruined this country. Did it. The country is suffering.” a crisis. Therefore they will have to take responsibility. Therefore, whatever documents he is submitting, we will not believe those documents because he can go to any level to win the elections. Earlier, PM Modi indirectly targeted CM Revanth Reddy and Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and said that people in the state are having to bear the burden of double ‘R’ tax. “Ever since Congress came to power in Telangana, there has been discussion on double ‘R’ tax. One ‘R’ is for Telangana, and the other is for Delhi. Together these have united Hyderabad and Telangana ” ATM…” PM Modi said that people in the city also have to bear the burden of Razakar tax. “Here in Hyderabad, you have to bear the burden of triple R tax. Here one R is for Razakars. This is how the Razakars tax works, it is visible in old Hyderabad. Congress and BRS supporters and Majlis MPs who have been for a long time People are in power, even basic facilities have not been provided for a long time: PM Modi In the fourth phase of Lok Sabha elections, voting will be held on all 17 seats of Telangana on May 13.

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