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TPCC Seeks CEC to Take Action Against CM, KTR for code violations

Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC) has alleged that the Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao and the Ministers were violating the election code of conduct, and requested the Chief Election Commissioner of India to take necessary action against them.

TPCC official spokespersons B Kamalakar Rao and G Niranjan addressed a letter to the Chief Election Commissioner Syed Nasim Ahmad Zaidi in this regard. In the letter, they have alleged that the Chief Minister and the Ministers have resorted to violations during by-election to Warangal (SC) Parliament constituency last month and continuing the same during the present biennial elections to Legislative Council from local body authorities. It seems this trend will be continued in the elections to the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation expected to be held in the month of January, 2016, they alleged and said that the Chief Minister and Ministers were taking policy decisions and leaking it to the press to influence the voters , and if any complaint is made against them, they were trying to escape by saying orders were not issued.

The TPCC official spokespersons have mentioned the instances during Warangal by-elections, in the letter—appointment of vice-chancellor to Kaloji Narayana Rao University of Health and Sciences, Warangal; Appointment was published in the press; the vice-chancellor Dr Karunakar Reddy met the Chief Minister and thanked him. But when it is questioned by the ECI, they replied that orders were not issued.

The Chief Minister himself declared in Warangal Election meeting that Kalyana Laxmi Scheme will be extended to BC Communities which were presently applicable to SC and ST Communities.

State government announced free distribution of clothes during the Christmas Day Celebrations in December, 2015 and also arranging a mass Christmas dinner on the day.

Following were the violations of the Chief Minister and his son and IT Minister KT Ramarao, after the issue of schedule for biennial elections to Legislative Council from local bodies:

The Chief Minister addressed a meeting organized to admit Congress party leaders including ZPTCs/MPTCs from Khammam district into the TRS on November 28 at his Camp Office and announced that the said district will be developed on par with Godavari districts of Andhra Pradesh. The Khammam district will reap the benefits from the unification of Rajiv Sagar and Indira Sagar projects.

IT Minister KT Ramarao admitted other party leaders including ZPTCs/MPTCs into their party (TRS) by placing their party khanduvas in his chambers in Secretariat, they pointed out. (NSS)