Cong denies Revanth's link to Delhi Liquor scam

10 September 2022

Rajgopal Reddy had tweeted: "Pragathi Bhavan - Gandhi Bhavan Bhai Bhai"

Hyderabad: Responding to allegations by former Munugode MLA Komatireddy Rajgopal Reddy, the Congress denied that PCC chief A, Revanth Reddy had anything to do with the Delhi liquor scam. The party also denied that he had dealings with MLC K. Kavitha.

Rajgopal Reddy had tweeted: "Pragathi Bhavan - Gandhi Bhavan Bhai Bhai." Tagging both Revanth Redd and Kavitha, Rajagopal Reddy alleged that the drama between the duo came to an end following the unearthing of Delhi liquor scam.  In another tweet, he referred to S. Srujan Reddy, whom he called a relative of Revanth Reddy, to be the latter's benami.

The Congress warned of initiating legal action against those dragging in Revanth Reddy’s name without any evidence. Responding to a specific allegation, that the TPCC chief was involved with one of the companies TPCC spokesperson B. Ayodhya Reddy said: "Adicore Infrastructure Private Limited was registered on February 2, 2010. Revanth Reddy resigned as director in the same month (February 15). He also sent his resignation letter to the Registrar of Companies on the same day. Moreover the company was shut down on May 9, 2013 (before formation of TS). Hence Revanth does not have any relation with the company since 2010,” and added that Srujan Reddy was the son-in-law of a TRS MLA.

Earlier in the day, Revanth Reddy responded to Rajgopal Reddy’s tweets by sharing a screenshot of documents supporting his claim. "Within 13 days I resigned as director. The company was closed in 2013, without doing any business. This type of poor narratives won't help you in Munugode," he tweeted.

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