Telangana education minister Jagadeesh Reddy is in big troubles over the irregularities in the intermediate results. The oppositions are doing all-round attack on him and are demanding his resignation. Telangana BJP President Laxman had sat down on a hunger strike and said he would not quit his protest until Jagadeesh steps down from the ministry post.
Taking this opportunity, the Telangana Congress is fighting to its full strength too. Former TPCC chief Ponnala Lakshmaiah criticised KCR for being completely silent on this episode. "Despite there is a huge uproar KCR is confined to farm house. What sort of CM he is? Where is action against the minister and concerned officials who are responsible for 25 students lives?" questioned Ponnala.
Till now the government did not declare any sort of compensation to student victims and KCR's government has turned blind eye," added Ponnala further. He also cited an example that KCR is being biased. "In the first term, KCR removed T Rajaiah mercilessly for not acting on Dengue fever issue all over the state but now he is not even giving a thought because Jagadeesh has strong muscle, community and money power. This shows KCR is not much bothered about inter results controversy."
It's been nearly two days that the three member committee appointed has submitted its report to the government. Yet there is no action from government except for announcing the dates for recounting and re-valuation.
SOURCE : GULTE.COM