AICC official spokesperson Madhu Yashki Goud here on Monday demanded that Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao disclose details of contributions collected from business barons and contractors for performing the much-publicized Ayutha Chandi Yagam at his farm house in Erravelli on the city outskirts immediately, otherwise, they would consider the ritual as a big scam to make money and seek an inquiry by the CBI.
Speaking to mediapersons in Gandhi Bhavan here along with TPCC spokespersons Konagala Mahesh and Mogulla Raji Reddy, the AICC spokesperson alleged that the Chief Minister allotted big contracts in the State to non-Telangana contractors and businessmen in a quid pro quo manner and collected huge sums from them in the name of Ayutha Chandi Yagam ritual. He also alleged that the Chief Minister gave a free hand to non-Telangana business barons to make huge profits and collected money for self. Yashmi said if the Chief Minister was performing the Chandi Yagam in his personal capacity, he should disclose details of all donations secured from the donors, otherwise, they would knock the doors of CBI to go into the affair.
The AICC spokesperson also the Telangana State government issued a unique GO for implementation of BC creamy layer rendering gross injustice to the BC communities. Demanding that the KCR government immediately withdraw the unjustified GO, Madhu Yashki said even today the BCs were not in a position to utilize their entire quota of reservation and they would remain more backward in the society if the State government go ahead with the BC creamy layer proposal. (NSS)