Revanth Reddy concerns CM KCR’s dependence on ‘Bihari babus’
Hyderabad: State Congress principal A Revanth Reddy on Thursday composed an open letter to Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao elevating arguments to the uploading of All India Services police officers. Stating that a person of the primary ambitions behind the development of different Telangana State was self-rule, Revanth informed the CM that the self-rule was the neologism throughout the different State frustration that happened in between 1960 as well as 2009 when the Telangana area was still in the clutches of outsiders.
“KCR has handed over the administration of Telangana State to the officers from Bihar,” Revanth stated, looking for to understand the factors behind CM’s dependancy on authorities from Bihar in spite of the visibility of numerous police officers from theState
Speaking additionally, he reeled out the names of IAS police officers coming from Bihar as well as stated that police officers like Somesh Kumar, Rajat Kumar, Arvind Kumar, Sandeep Kumar Sultania, Jayesh Ranjan, Neetu Kumari Prasad as well as IPS police officer Anjani Kumar came fromBihar State He affirmed that Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar had actually left his solution in between 1997-1999 as well as helped a personal company as well as included that he duplicated the very same in between 2005 as well as 2008 while keeping in mind that Somesh was qualified for the blog post of the Principal Secretary of the State if the 4 years of recess duration of Somesh was left out from his complete solution.
He likewise informed the CM that the Chief Secretary had actually disobeyed court orders in over 250 situations.