Will commit suicide if charges proved: KTR డిసెంబర్ 10, 2011Posted by M Bharath Bhushan in agitation, Andhrapreneurship, Bhadrachalam, compromise, Congress, corruption, Economy, heritage, KCR, Khammam, Koya, KTR, Polavaram, politics, ST, TRS, YSR.
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Will commit suicide if charges proved: KTR
The Hans India, December 10, 2011
Hyderabad: TRS MLA K Tarakarama Rao on Monday announced that he would commit suicide in full public view if someone proves that his party or leaders got benefited from the Polavaram Project tenders.
Speaking at the Assembly media point, Rao challenged TDP president N Chandrababu Naidu to prove the allegations that he levelled against the TRS leaders on the floor of the House during discussions on No Confidence Motion.
He said was ready for any inquiry into the awarding of Polavaram tenders. “If the inquiry report indicts TRS, I will hang myself to death,” he said.
However, he said Naidu should quit politics and disband his party if the TRS gets a clean chit in the enquiry. He said people would teach a fitting lesson to Naidu if he do not stop levelling such baseless allegations against the TRS.
Earlier in the Assembly, perturbed by TDP chief’s reference to TRS while alleging irregularities in the award of Indira Sagar Polavaram Project, the TRS members strongly protested, interrupting his speech during the debate on the no-confidence motion in the Assembly.
After the verbal volley between Naidu and Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy ended, the TRs members were on their feet, protesting against the reference made by Naidu to their party on the Polavaram irrigation project tenders issue. “Polavaram tenders were manipulated and the files were tampered with.
Congress and TRS colluded to get the project contract awarded to an ineligible firm,” Naidu charged.The TRS members took exception to this and raised a protest. TRS floor leader E Rajender demanded that the government order an inquiry by the CBI into the Polavaram tenders issue. “The TDP should prove its allegations,” he demanded.