Bandi Sanjay Makes Sensational Comments on CM KCR

KCR Turned Telangana Into Bankrupt: Bandi Sanjay

Hyderabad, May 30 (Hydnow): State BJP president Bandi Sanjay Kumar today alleged that Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao had turned the Telangana State into bankrupt.

The BJP leader also alleged that the Chief Minister set up an exclusive power sub-station for his farm house and using electricity, which is enough for 40 villages free of cost. He also alleged that the CM was buying power at the rate of ₹6 per unit in order to earn commissions instead of buying it for ₹3 per unit in open market.

He also alleged that the CM was responsible for the closure of Ramagundam Fertilizers factory. He claimed that the Chief Minister was going to pay the salaries of the Singareni employees by using their deposit money.


Addressing media persons at the State party office along with former MLA Nandiswar Goud and others, Bandi claimed that the people were unhappy with the decision of KCR to increase the electricity charges. The CM was now prompting his officials to tell lies on the issue of the electricity charges in order to reduce the anger of the people.

Stating that there was a demand of 2.10 lakh mega watts of power, he said the Union government had asked the State government to import 10 percent of coal from foreign countries and added that there would be an additional burden of five paise to 10 paise per unit on the State government. He claimed that import of the coal was not a new issue and added that it had been done for a long time. (Hydnow)

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