Bandi Sanjay Kumar alleges TRS MLAs role in drug cases in Karnataka
Demands Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao to disclose the names of TRS MLAs involved in the drug racket in the neighbouring State
Hyderabad: State BJP chief Bandi Sanjay Kumar dared Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao to disclose the names of four Telangana Rashtra Samithi MLAs who were allegedly involved in drugs cases in Karnataka.
Addressing the State OBC Morcha Executive Committee meeting here on Sunday, Bandi said like the Green Challenge thrown for encouraging planting trees, "I am throwing White Challenge at CM K Chandrashekar Rao to get his ministers and MLAs blood samples tested."
Adding that TRS is lobbying to save its MLAs from the drugs cases in Karnataka, the State BJP chief demanded the TRS president to call for the resignation of the four MLAs and ask them to surrender before the investigating authorities probing the drug cases in Karnataka.
Bandi said that after the ruling party leaders alleged involvements in running pubs, clubs, land and sand dealings, now, "fingers are pointed at the TRS MLAs involved in the drug cases." The Karimnagar MP further alleged the involvement of a key leader, Minister and MLAs in a drug deal which they have been operating from a hotel in the city. Referring to the drug cases involving the film personalities from Bollywood, he said, "The issue had created headlines for a week. After that, there is no word about the same. What happened to the drug cases involving movie artistes?" he asked.
He further alleged that TRS had resorted to blackmailing those involved in the case asking them to either extend their support to it or pay hefty sums to free themselves from the case.