TDP asks CM to allow law to take its own course
Hyderabad, Apr 17 (UNI)Telugu Desam Legislature Party Deputy Leader N Janardhan Reddy tonight asked Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y S Rajasekhara Reddy to allow law to take its own course in all cases.
He had personnaly drawn the attention of the Chief Minister as also the Chief Secretary, the Irrigation Principal Secretary, the Anti-Corruption Bureau on the alleged multicrore fraud in the Kulvakuruthi Lift Irrigation scheme six months ago but law was not not allowed to take its own course, he alleged at a press conference here.
Reacting to the Chief Minister's view that law was only taking its own course against the five TDP MLAS, who had been charged with submitting forged documents in connection with the Sripadasagar Project, he said ''I will personally go to the police station concerned to lodge a complaint. The Chief Minister should ensure that law takes its own course.'' Claiming the Irrigation Minister had misled the Assembly while replying to a question by stating that Internal Bench Mark(IBM) had not been changed, he wanted the government to explain as to who had logged the relevant site on the internet twice on March 17, 2005 to change the IBM.
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