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    Kodandaram challenges BRS leaders to an open debate on Kaleswaram project

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    TJS party founder-president Kodandaram challenged BRS party leaders for lying about the Kaleswaram project and proposed an open debate on the facts presented by the CAG. He criticized former Chief Minister KCR for proceeding with the project despite knowing it would not be beneficial.

    Speaking to the media in Hyderabad, Kodandaram mentioned that even Hanumantha Rao, a UN worker, had expressed concerns about KCR’s decision on Kaleswaram. He accused the project of being constructed without proper financial evaluation and claimed that the CAG report indicated favoritism in awarding project works.

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    Kodandaram highlighted the high cost of providing irrigation water through Kaleswaram and expressed worries about potential earthquakes due to Mallanna Sagar construction. He pointed out past issues with the Kadem project but noted successful completion compared to Kaleshwaram.

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    The TJS leader raised concerns about structural integrity issues in the Medigadda barrage and criticized the state’s financial situation due to extensive borrowing. He called for a thorough investigation into alleged corruption in the Kaleshwaram project and emphasized the need for accountability.

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