Accusing the previous Congress regime of looting public money in Indirama housing scheme and irrigation projects, Commercial Taxes Minister Talasani Srinivas Yadav today said that Telangana Government will expose their misdeeds in the coming monsoon session of the State Assembly and take serious action against those involved.
Addressing a media conference at Secretariat on Thursday, after paying a visit to the Osmania General Hospital which turned into a controversy over it’s shifting, the minister said that he is hurt at the comments of ‘Tuglaq’ and ‘Taliban’ made by former Minister Shabbir Ali against Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao. Since inception, the TRS Government is vouching for people’s welfare and all the schemes speak volumes, he said. Besides taking up many welfare schemes, the government is ready to spend Rs 1.42 crore to bring Krishna waters for drinking facility for Hyderabad under phase three, he said. He flayed the opposition for raising a hue and cry for just political mileage.
OGH shifting is imminent in spite of any objection by the opposition parties as JNTU Architects made it clear that the old building spread on 2.5 acres is on the verge of collapse and repairs will not help, he remarked. Asked about the growing contention from a cross of section of people, alumni of the OGH and political parties, he asserted that “we need to protect the lives of the patients and doctors who are in utter fear that anything might happen anytime. The minister warned of taking serious action against the congress leaders who involved in corrupt practices in Irrigation projects through re-design and expose the housing scam of looting money. In the coming Assembly session, irregularities will be exposed, he said.
Downplaying the criticism on removal of ration cards in Sanathnagar, Srinivas Yadav said that government will proceed with the norms of eliminating bogus cards.(NSS)