Chief Minister A Revanth Reddy on Tuesday came out with a rather strange retort to Leader of Opposition K Chandrashekhar Rao’s criticism of the State government’s handling of the agricultural crisis in the State, saying that Rao “should have alerted the government before the crops withered”.

Talking to the media after inspecting arrangements for the April 6 public meeting of the Congress at Tukkuguda, Revanth Reddy did not offer any explanation as

to how Chandrashekhar Rao could predict the drying up of crops, but instead made a satirical remark that the BRS president was perhaps waiting to enjoy a bonfire with dried crops during winter.

Earlier, alleging that Telangana suffered 100 years of destruction during the 10-year BRS regime, he refuted Chandrashekhar Rao’s remarks on the drought in the State and reiterated that the situation was brought about by deficit rainfall during the previous monsoon.
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