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    Congress senior leader B Judson has filed a complaint with the Enforcement Directorate (ED) against BRS MLA A Ramesh from Wardhannapet. Judson alleges that the MLA engaged in corruption amounting to Rs 200 crore in the implementation of the Mission Kakatiya project and other developmental funds.

    In his letter to the ED authorities, Judson stated that Wardhannapet Constituency has been granted various development projects, including Mission Bhagiratha to address the drinking water needs of the people in the area. He claims that the MLA has engaged in corrupt practices, accumulating wealth without carrying out the necessary works and pressuring contractors for commissions.

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    Judson also highlighted that the MLA, who was reelected in 2018, declared his assets as Rs 28 crores, which is a 100% increase over a period of 4 years. He has requested the Enforcement Directorate to investigate the alleged misappropriation of funds and take appropriate legal action.

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