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    Telangana PCC President, A Revanth Reddy, accused Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao and his son, IT and Industry Minister KT Rama Rao, of giving the maintenance of the Dharani portal to a private firm, which has caused harm to the security of land data. Reddy mentioned that the revenue records that should have been with the government were given to a private company, IL&FS. He claimed that IL&FS is bankrupt and had borrowed Rs. 90,000 crore in the past and cheated banks. The company is currently handling all land transactions in the state through the Dharani portal, which is in losses.

    IL&FS has set up a subsidiary company, Terrasys Technologies Ltd, for the management of Dharani. Terrasys Company sold 52.26 per cent stake to Falcon Company of the Philippines for Rs.1,275 crore on November 25, 2021. Falcon was launched in October 2021, just a month before the acquisition. With that, Dharani is now completely in the hands of Sridhar Raju. Reddy claimed to have all documentary evidence to back up his statements.

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    Reddy pointed out that the Odisha government also launched a project called E-Dharani in 2008 and also handed over management to IL&FS. The Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) gave a report stating that when Dharani portal was used, there were several mistakes, and it caused losses. The CAG recommended throwing Dharani into the Bay of Bengal. Reddy claimed that around 25 lakh transactions have taken place through Dharani, estimated at transactions worth Rs.50,000 crore that aren’t going into the government account but are instead deposited into Sridhar Raju’s company’s account.

    Reddy alleged that the Aadhaar and PAN details collected as part of Dharani transactions were going into foreign hands, which is against data privacy laws. He said he would lodge a complaint with probe agencies against Dharani soon. Reddy asked why State Revenue official Naveen Mittal admitted before the high court that there were 33 types of mistakes in the portal, and he alleged that all lands were given to Sridhar Raju.

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