HYDERABAD: Electricity dispute continues in Telangana The Telangana Chief Minister-TRS chief K. Chandrasekhar Rao accused the Congress leader Revanth Reddy of making Telangana Minister K. Taraka Rama Rao's sensational comments on electricity purchases. Talks between TRS and Congress leaders have been going on since the beginning of 24 hours electricity supply to farmers in Telangana. Revanth Reddy's allegation that corruption is taking place in electricity purchases and that KCR is involved in it. Revant Reddy challenged that the government was ready to discuss the issue of corruption in electricity purchases anywhere. On the other hand, Telangana Rashtra Samithi leaders are giving clarity. KTR responded to the controversy between the TRS and the Congress leaders.
KTR said Congress leaders were strangling after the 24-hour current distribution of agriculture was successful. In the prison, the rabbits were also indifferently to rewate that they did not need to respond if they talked about corruption. KTR reacted to Revanth Reddy's claim that the government was willing to talk to anybody on debate on corruption in electricity purchases. He said there was no need to respond to the challenges of the corrupt leader. KTR said that if the opposition leaders are claiming that the government is corrupt, the court should resort to it. Debate in the assembly will run away. The Minister blamed me.
KTR said that the party leaders have made claims that the TRS in the state has always been in control of the Congress and that the Congress has always been in control. He said the court could go to the court if the evidence against the current purchase was filed. The Panchayati Raj Act has been debated and said it will launch pharmaceutical activities as soon as the environmental clearances arrive. He said he will be participating in the World Economic Forum Conference on investors' equity agreements with entrepreneurs that he is going for a four-day trip abroad.