Hyderabad: BJP scents a rat in paddy purchase
Hyderabad: Alleging a substantial fraud in purchase of paddy in Telangana, State BJP president Bandi Sanjay Kumar on Sunday required Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao to buy a judicial probe by a resting High Court court right into the whole episode if the CM had any type of genuineness.
Speaking to press reporters right here, Sanjay blasted the CM for establishing a brand-new dramatization by holding an emergency situation closet conference at his farmhouse as well as stating that he would certainly present a dharna in New Delhi together with his closet associates to bring up the Centre over non-procurement of paddy throughout the Rabi period.
The BJP president believed that the purchase of paddy in Telangana was resembled a significant fraud. “There are reports of largescale irregularities in paddy procurement by creation of fake bills. The Food Corporation of India authorities have unearthed a major fraud of fake accounts in procurement of 40,000 tonnes of paddy earlier,” he mentioned.
“Similar irregularities were found in Suryapet and Nizamabad. Fabricated records were shown in the name of procurement of paddy by a non-existent rice mill in Nizamabad. Fake accounts were opened in the name of farmers of neighbouring States. False records were created to show hundreds of acres in the name of a farmer, who doesn’t have even own a cent of land. Paddy procured at a cheaper rate from the neighbouring States was projected as the produce from Telangana. Rice meant for ration shops was being recycled to show that it was freshly milled rice, thereby swindling thousands of crores of rupees,” he declared.
Stating that the whole fraud entailed Ministers, TRS MLAs as well as various other leaders of the ruling event, Sanjay claimed he had all the proofs to confirm their abnormalities. “If the Chief Minister is sincere, let him order a judicial inquiry by a sitting High Court judge into the scam. We shall disclose the evidences,” he tested.
The BJP president blasted the CM for criticizing the Centre on paddy purchase throughout the Rabi period. “When did the Centre say that it won’t purchase paddy produced in Rabi? Union Minister Piyush Goel categorically said the Centre would procure every grain of paddy produced in Rabi. In fact, the State government itself had failed to supply promised quantity of paddy to the FCI,” he claimed.