Vasireddy - Mar30,2012

YSR Congress on Friday took strong objection to the way in which the CAG annual report for the year ending March 31, 2011 has included the land allotments during 2006-11, ahead of CBI due to file a charge sheet in the controversial 26 GOs case.
“It is the annual ritual that CAG submits its annual report which will be circulated on the last day of the budget session pinpointing some of the lapses the State has committed during the year. Here the CAG has given a report on land allotments, besides other issues, for the past five years and the timing is raising many questions,” party official spokesperson, Vasireddy Padma told reporters here.
However, it is for the Government to defend the charges, she said adding that a section of media has been on prowl with its single-minded interpretation to defame YSR and his family members. The report has come out as per schedule but the section of media and TDP have been blowing things out of proportion and are trying to provide fodder to the CBI investigating the case.
When Chandrababu Naidu was the Chief Minister, CAG has passed many adverse and stinging remarks but he made light of them and said “we need not take them seriously.”
Today when the same CAG has passed some remarks on land allotments, which are being disputed in the court and CBI is inquiring into the issue, Naidu suddenly realizes that CAG is a very authentic agency and its report should be followed in the letter and spirit, she said.

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