TRS rule marred by land, sand & drugs mafia
The TRS rule in Telangana is marred by land, sand and drugs mafia, alleged Communist Party of India (CPI) national secretary K Narayana.
Jangaon: The TRS rule in Telangana is marred by land, sand and drugs mafia, alleged Communist Party of India (CPI) national secretary K Narayana.
The CPI leader has launched a 60-day ‘Poru Bata’ demanding the government initiate measures for a socialist Telangana and inclusive development of the state and its people, at Jangaon on Friday.
Addressing a massive gathering, he referred to the incident of Jangaon MLA M Yadagiri Reddy’s alleged encroachment of shikam lands of Dharmonikunta.
The District Collector herself has made the charges openly against the MLA, he stated. “Why the government is silent on the issue.
A probe must be ordered into the allegations against the MLA and he must be punished if he is at fault. If the Collector’s allegations are false, take action against her. But sitting silently would send wrong signals and people would suspend you,” he told the government.
Narayana further alleged that the government has covered up Hyderabad drugs case and gangster Nayeem case as ruling party leaders were involved in those cases.
The same was the case of sand mafia in Sircilla assembly segment, represented by Minister K Taraka Rama Rao. The CPI would hoist red flags encroached by ruling party land grabbers, he stated.
The party has taken up the ‘Poru Bata’ to fight against the misrule of State and Central governments and to educate the public about their failures.
The TRS government failed to fulfil its elections promises and CPI would strive to ensure social justice for the people, he explained.
CPI (M) state secretary T Veerabhadram said sloganeering by the Chief Minister, K Chandrashekar Rao, about ‘Golden Telangana’ would not make the people’s lives better. Government must ensure jobs, housing, support price to agriculture produce, land to till and water to irrigate.
TDP state president L Ramana felt that the people, who expected betterment in their lives in separate Telangana, were remained dejected as the TRS failed to deliver its promises. Rs 2.5 lakh crores were being spent on the projects that would be executed with just Rs 10, 000 crores. It has left the State debt-ridden, he added.
TJAC chairman M Kodandaram opined that incidents like land grabbing by Jangaon MLA have been taking place across the State. Balladeer Gaddar wanted development to take place at grassroots level involving local bodies.
The CPM, TDP and TJAC leaders have pledged to support the CPI Poru Bata expected to cover nearly 5,801 kilometres across all the 31 districts in the State.
The campaign would conclude at Karimnagar on December 3 on which a public meeting would be held. CPI state secretary Ch Venkat Reddy, its leaders Aziz Pasha, T Srinivasa Rao, TDP politburo member M Narsimhulu, Arunodaya activists Vimalakka, Telangana Rythu Sangham president T Visweshwara Rao, leaders of New Democracy, Forward Bloc, RSP and were present.