Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee chairman A Revanth Reddy under house arrest, cops foil Kokapet’s visit | Hyderabad News

HYDERABAD: The Kokapet land auction sparked a confrontation between Congress and the TRS government on Monday, with police placing Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC) chairman Revanth Reddy and several Congress officials under house arrest for prevent them from going to the site.
Congress has decided to step up its fight and move the tribunal to demand an investigation into the state government’s recent alleged “Rs 1,000 crore land auction scam”.
Congress would also submit to the Center and the CBI evidence of plots of land auctioned for below market value to companies allegedly close to the family of Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao or linked to the ruling TRS, causing a loss of at least 1000 rupees. crore to the government.
“If the NDA government does not order a CBI investigation or no other serious action is taken, we will go to court to request the cancellation of the land auction and an investigation into the suspected scam, ”Revanth Reddy told media.
Revanth, who is also a member of parliament for Malkajgiri, sent a letter to the chairman of Lok Sabha stating that the police do not allow him to travel to the airport on his way to Delhi to attend the parliament session. “Is Kokapet located outside of India that we were not allowed to visit the site. This only reflects the way the TRS government clamps down on any attempt to expose its corruption, ”he argued.
However, police said the MP was told he was free to travel to Delhi and had prevented him from going only to the Kokapet land auction site to avoid any untoward incidents.
TRS leaders denied accusations of any irregularities in the land auctions and said the entire bidding process was transparent.
Revanth alleged that KCR was inflicting injustice on 260 Dalit families, who were given land in and around Kokapet by previous combined state congressional governments. “CM KCR wants to implement the Dalita Bandhu program in Huzurabad with the money collected during the Kokapet land auction. The government should inform people of what happened to the Pattas lands of 260 Dalit families, ”demanded Revanth, and challenged the government to reserve a number of cases against him if his claims prove to be false.
Apart from Revanth Reddy, the police did not authorize CLP leader Bhatti Vikramarka, incumbent TPCC chairman T Jayaprakash Reddy, former minister Mohd Ali Shabbir, youth Congress leader Anil Kumar Yadav and d ‘others to move towards Kokapet.
Telangana AICC official and Tamil Nadu MP Manickam Tagore condemned Revanth’s house arrest and said he would raise the issue in parliament.
However, several congressional activists managed to reach the Kokapet field and planted party flags. The police took them into custody.

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