Hyderabad: Demanding the State government to appoint a Joint Legislative Committee (JLC) to look into the allotment of 250 acre land to the Brahmani Infotech ‘illegally’, the Left parties have made it clear that they will stall the House till it appointed the JLC.
Speaking at the Assembly media point here on Wednesday, the CPI floor leader Mr G Mallesh said that the earlier Dr YSR government has allotted hundreds of crores of rupees worth land at a meager rate of Rs.20 lakh at Mamidipally village in Saroor Nagar Mandal. He said that there a rumor was making rounds that the YSR government continued the ‘Welfare’ schemes from one side and ‘Corruption’ on the other side. He said that the land scam, which took place during Dr YS Rajashekar Reddy regime, has come out now.
Mr Mallesh said that the present Chief Minister Mr N Kiran Kumar Reddy has to appoint a JLC to look into the matter because Mr YS Jagan has floated a new party leaving the Congress party. He also said that the State government has to take back the lands allotted to Brahmani Steels Company as Mr Gali Janardhan Reddy made it clear that he has no links with the Company. He also demanded the State government to recover the Rs.400 crore taken by Mr Gali Janardhan Reddy in the name of Brahmani Steels Company.
He exuded confidence that their candidate Mr PJ Chandrashekar Rao would emerge as a winner in the MLC elections from the Assembly constituency and said that the TDP and Lok Satta parties were supporting their candidate.
The CPM MLA Mr J Ranga Reddy alleged that some persons have occupied the 250 acre land using their influence in the then State government. The JLC has to find out the scamsters involved in this land scam, he said. The Centre has appointed Joint Parliamentary Committee to look into the 2G-Speactrum issue, he said and added that on the same lines the State government has to appoint JLC to look into the land scam.
Responding to a query, Mr Ranga Reddy said that the State government has to bring to light all the scams occurred even during the time of Mr Chandrababu Naidu’s rule. He said that the government has to punish the culprits whoever it may be. (NSS)