Hyderabad, July 16 : The City police today foiled the champ Raj Bhavan program of Congress party. Several tense and violent movements were witnessed between the police and the Congress party leaders following the denial of permission for the program. When the congress party activists led by the TPCC president A. Revanth Reddy tried to took out a rally after holding a dharna at Indra Park , the police stopped them. Although requested the police to allow them to submit a memorandum at BR Ambedkar statue after taking out the rally from Indra Park, the police did not agree to it also. A huge amount of scuffle took place between the police and the Congress party activists. Revanth and other leaders tried to crossed the barricades and went ahead after the denial of the permission. Left with no option the police arrested Revanth Reddy and other leaders and shifted them to various police stations of the city. Earlier addressing the party workers at Indra Park, Revanth alleged that CM KCR became the CM twice after cheating the people of the state. He said that no section of the society was happy with the rule of KCR. He alleged that the CM was looting the people along with Prime Minister Narendra Modi by increasing the prices of petrol, diesel and domestic gas. He alleged that PM Modi had looted the country to the tune of Rs.36 lakh crore during his last seven years rule by increasing the fuel prices. He said that the party’s national president Sonia Gandhi had asked the party cadres to hold the chalo Raj Bhavan program to mount pressure on the Center to reduce the duke prices.He said that the Congress party had not only achieved freedom to the country but also created separate Telangana state for fulfilling the aspirations of the four crore people of the state. He alleged that CM KCR had not held the hunger strike at NIMS but had medicines and food and held a fake hunger strike at the hospital . He said that the congress party had given the Telangana state despite killing itself in neighbouring AP state while calling the decision of the congress party as a sacrifice.