HYDERABAD: On the day Rahul Gandhi arrived in Telangana, his party leaders clashed with the TRS in a series of tit-for-tat questions on Twitter. As the barbs were flying in droves and speed, IT Minister KT Rama Rao ended up blocking Telangana’s official Congress Twitter account on Friday.
On the one hand, MLC K Kavitha posted a series of questions on Twitter, asking Rahul to explain where he was when the TRS was fighting to protect the interests of Telangana, if he demanded a uniform procurement policy in the country, national projects and the fair share of funds and institutions for Telangana. With a sarcastic tone, Kavitha welcomed him to learn about schemes like Rythu Bandhu, Rythu Bima, Kalyana Lakshmi, Arogyalakshmi and Aasara pensions, emulated in 11 states of the country.
Revanth strikes in the beard of the “study tour”
KT Rama Rao also joined his sister and hosted Rahul on a study tour, to learn best practices favorable to farmers in Telangana and implement them in “Failed States Ruled by Congress”. TPCC chief A Revanth Reddy was quick to respond to both. . He tweeted several questions, asking where Kavitha was when Prime Minister Narendra Modi introduced the three controversial farm bills, and what she was doing when Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, her father, agreed to quit. to deliver parboiled rice to the Centre.
He asked why the Chief Minister asked farmers not to grow paddy but sowed paddy in his 150 acres. He asked where she was when chilli growers in Warangal, Khammam and Nalgonda were dropping dead like birds. He also asked her about CM’s broken promise of crop loan exemption, 26 lakh tons of free fertilizer for farmers, harvested paddy soaked due to unseasonal rains and farmers selling their paddy under it. of 1,400 rupees per quintal due to the drama decreed by BJP and TRS.
Revanth posted a similar tweet in response to KTR’s tweet. A little later, Rama Rao unfollowed the Congress Telangana Twitter account. This prompted Congress to declare victory during the question and answer session, where the answers came from none of them.