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Jagan meets Guv over Call Money racket

YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has urged Governor E.S.L. Narasimhan to intervene and order a judicial probe into the Call Money racket and brought to his notice the way in which ruling party members are left out despite facing serious cases and opposition members are being targeted for frivolous issues.

‘We brought to the notice of the Governor about the Call Money-cum-sex racket and the involvement of political leaders and TDP Whip ill-treating women officer and false cases being foisted on YSRCP leaders,’ YS Jagan Mohan Reddy told reporters after submitting the two letters to Governor at Raj Bhavan here on Tuesday.

The Chief Minister has been carrying out the bauxite mining despite the staunch resistance from tribals and when our Party MLA, a tribal, has expressed the voice of the people in native terms a case of attempt to murder was foisted against her.

TDP Whip Chintamaneni Prabhakar who had physically abused a lady MRO, spoke filthy language against Anganwadi workers and was actively involved in sand mafia and laying a road to forest against the rules went free while our Party MLA and MP were accused of assaulting airport officials at Tirupati when they questioned a irregularity, he said.

Chandrababu Naidu failed to set up the Tribes Advisory Committee, which needs to have tribal legislators as 75 % of the members. As our Party has won six of the seven tribal seats in the assembly, the Chief Minister did not constitute the TAC and has been trying to bring in bauxite mining without fulfilling the mandatory pre-requisites laid down by the Fifth Schedule of the Constitution.

Booking a case of attempt to murder on our Party MLA is an act of political vendetta and on many occasions Chandrababu Naidu has been seen dangling his pointed finger at officials and opposition leaders and a day before the assembly session was to conclude he told YSR that he will not return and such serious things went unnoticed, he said.

TDP ministers, MLAs, MLCs and cadre are actively involved in land, sand, liquor and call money mafia but no cases were booked which shows the duality of the TDP governance, he said and urged the Governor to intervene and order a judicial probe into the irregularities. (INN)