Congress: Kalvakuntla Chandrasekhar Rao, who ruled the Telangana state for ten years, is accusing the newly formed Congress government of having plunged the state into a debt quagmire of Rs.6 lakh crore. White papers are being released for this purpose. It has already released white papers on the financial and electricity situation of the state. The Revat Sarkar has ordered a vigilance inquiry into the KCR Manasa Putrika Kaleswaram project which stalled during the elections. Recently statewide records related to Kaleshwaram project were seized.
BRS lost power due to arrogant behavior. On the one hand, financial bankruptcy of the state, non-payment of wages to employees on time, on the other hand, laxity in filling up jobs, leakage of question papers, there are many reasons for KCR's defeat. However, BRS still does not accept that they lost because of their mistakes. Even though it has been two months since the election, the BRS leaders are talking with the same arrogant attitude that they have lost because of Congress' false promises. Not only that, they are criticizing the Congress government for implementing six guarantees in 100 days. Even though there is still time for the implementation of the promises, former ministers KCR, Harish Rao, Jagadish Reddy, Niranjan Reddy, MLC Kavitha Revanth have started attacking the government. They are questioning when the guarantees will be implemented.
The government is ready to take action.
BRS leaders, who lost power because they did everything wrong and were defeated by the people, are taking criticism of the Congress government seriously. The ministers are appealing to the CM. He asked to put a check on BRS. With this, Revanth Sarkar started that work. Vigilance has ordered an inquiry into the damage to the Medigadda, Annaram and Sundilla barrages in the Kaleswaram project, which was built at a cost of Rs.80 thousand crores of public money. The vigilance and enforcement officers who have already entered the field have started the investigation.
Interim report ready..
It was initially found that Rs.3,200 crores were misappropriated in the Kaleswaram project. The Vigilance and Enforcement officials are preparing a report. It seems that there is a possibility to submit it to the government within ten days of the week. Based on this report, it seems that action is likely to be taken against former CM KCR along with officials and ministers who were responsible for the construction of the Kaleswaram project in the previous government. With this, the Congress government hopes to check the aggression of the BRS leaders.