Chief Minister Rao accuses BJP
Hyderabad: Telangana Chief Minister Chandrashekhar Rao on Sunday alleged that the BJP is plotting to topple the government in the state. He said that the BJP is trying to break 20 to 30 MLAs of the ruling Telangana Rashtra Samithi and they are being lured to pay Rs 100 crore each.
He had come to Munugode to campaign for the by-election. They were talking at that time. He also expressed the belief that the MLAs are sons of the state and will defy the bait given by the BJP. Meanwhile, refuting Rao’s allegations, the BJP has said that the MLAs have not been lured with Rs 100 crore and have no intention to topple the government.
Rao said, I speak loudly politically. But, BJP has sent its agents to the state to topple the government. Each MLA has been lured with 100 crores. They are conspiring to topple the government by buying 20 to 30 MLAs. He has hatched a plan to privatize the state through this. Interestingly, three days ago, four MLAs were arrested in a poaching case. He was sent to judicial custody.
CBI prohibited from investigating
The Telangana government has denied permission to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to conduct investigations in the state. The government has taken a decision in this regard. The state government has issued an order in this regard on August 30. In general, it is said that the Central Criminal Investigation Department can no longer investigate. If inquiry, investigation is to be done, the prior permission of the state government has to be taken. This kind of order has been issued by the government two months ago. But, it was not made public.