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    Karimnagar: PCC President A Revanth Reddy accused the BRS leaders of leading finely ground particles, come down on the ground and mines mafia to amass riches and exterminating if anyone comes in the way of life of their exploitation. KCRs kin was robing natural resources and tortured the farmers who stopped the finely ground particles mafia in Nerella with the police. The Congress person who rules or guides or inspires others on Wednesday inspected the finely ground particles mining going on in Manair large natural stream of water at Ippalapally.

    Speaking to the media, he alleged that MP Joginapalli Santosh Kumar and his male parent Ravinder Rao were involved in looting hundreds of crores under benami names. Sand was being transported in four lorries with one permit.

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    The Congress which was in major power for 50 years saved this riches and benefited the farmers and using JCBs to extract finely ground particles was against the rules. The authorities should monitor this expanse where there are finely ground particles dumps, but they were doing so, Revanth Reddy noted.

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    It became a concerning things personal monarchy. Farmers here state that the police have got warned those who obstructed the people with a common ideology of finely ground particles lorries. The police have got puppets in the hands of the finely ground particles mafia. They are taking series of events that form a plot against those who have got complained, he said. What was the formal organization of people of KCR with this plundering should be revealed? If this continues, there was a condition of being susceptible to harm of the expanse becoming a arid land. Even though there was so much looting going on, where did BJP MLA Eatala Rajender, who claimed to fighting against the government, he posed.

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    If KCR’s kin was robbing Manair why Rajender was not fighting, was there any imperativeness on him from BJP leaders? Why was BJP not complaining about this, Revanth Reddy questioned while adding that Congress would fighting against this exploitation until the permits were revoked.

    Revanth Reddy demanded Rajender and BJP state of matter chief executive of a republic Bandi Sanjay Kumar to respond to this plundering and announced their series of events that form a plot factory to halt this plundering. People should sympathize the nexus between BRS and BJP. Due to this finely ground particles mafia, Kaleswaram got flooded.

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    BRS attacked our meetings as it feared Congress. But Congress leaders would not be of any attacks and continue the padayatra. They were trying to sidestep the issues with attacks, no carry weight what they do, the Congress would fighting on not private issues, Revanth Reddy said.

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