Cong double standards exposed once again

Hyderabad, November 24: State cabinet giving a clean chit to Roads and
Buildings Minister Dharmana Prasad Rao in the 26 GOs case has exposed the
double standards of Congress and its vindictive attitude towards YSR family
members with the sole aim to keep YS Jagan Mohan Reddy away from the people
using CBI as a tool to settle political scores, YSR Congress leaders Konatala
Ramakrishna and DA Somayajulu have said. 

“The State did not file a counter in court in the 26 GOs case as it
wanted to keep YS Jagan in jail as there would be no fit case had it defended
the GOs contending that they were in tune with the government policies. It
allowed things to go its way by using CBI to arrest YS Jagan Mohan Reddy (52nd respondent) unlawfully while the
first ten respondents in the case were allowed to go free,” they told reporters
here on Saturday. 

As a prelude to Jagan’s arrest, the State has
sacrificed Mopidevi Venkataramana to showcase their fairness but the cabinet
decision to give a clean chit to Dharmana has exposed its double standards standards and its intention of trying to keep Jagan away from people,
they said adding that if the State feels that Dharmana Prasada Rao did not
flout any rules and acted as per the prevailing laws the same should be told to
the Supreme Court in the form of an affidavit. 

“Though the April 30 deadline to file a counter has expired the State
did not respond and has now come up with the clean chit decision which brings
to the fore the intention of Congress Party. It has been using CBI as a tool to
settle political scores,” they said.

If the GOs are proper and Dharmana is clean, there is no case against YS
Jagan Mohan Reddy as the Congress and TDP leaders in the PIL contended that
some private persons have benefitted from the GOs who in turn have invested in
the Companies of YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, they said. The same argument which
absolved Dharmana of all charges should be sent to Supreme Court. 

Not surprised at chopper probe report

The DGCA report on the YSR
helicopter crash tabled in the House is on expected lines and we are not
surprised by the findings as they would be no different that what the
Government intends to say. 

“We reiterate that a full-fledged probe by a sitting judge should be
ordered into the incident which only can bring out the facts. The point that
26-minute recording from the black box was missing clearly indicates a possible
conspiracy. The difference of opinion between the pilot and co-pilot too point
towards sabotage, hence we demand an inquiry by a sitting judge,” they said. 

Chandrababu Naidu 's claims brushed aside

Brushing aside the promises and claims of TDP
president N Chandrababu Naidu, they said, he has been telling blatant lies. His
claim that he was instrumental in the farmers' loan waiver scheme is ridiculous. At no point of time did
he mention it and on the contrary, he declined YSR’s request on free power when
TDP was the ruling party, they said.  

Sharmila's Padayatra

Sharmila’s padayatra in Telangana region is getting very good response
and the welfare schemes of YSR have been reflecting in the support the Maro
Praja Prasthanam has been getting.

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