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D.L. Ravindra spews fire at Jagan

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Says former MP “looted the State” during his father's tenure as Chief Minister

HYDERABAD: Spewing fire on rebel Congress leader Y. S. Jaganmohan Reddy for “looting the State” during his father's tenure as Chief Minister, Health Minister D. L. Ravinder Reddy has said he will seek reopening of the CBI inquiry into the murder of Paritala Ravi.

Speaking to reporters here on Saturday, Dr Reddy said he would raise the issue of re-opening of the CBI inquiry during the next Cabinet meeting as fresh “evidence” was available, throwing light on the unknown aspects of the murder.

“Both father and son looted the State for six years when sycophancy was encouraged and administrative system and rule-of-law given a go-by. It is the responsibility of the present Government to place the systems back on rails”, he said. In a hard-hitting attack, he said Mr Jaganmohan Reddy was surrounded by anti-social elements who held out threats to whoever criticised him.

He received several such calls but he was not a person to cow down before them. He had effectively replied to all such callers whereas Handlooms Minister P. Shankar Rao did not know how to handle them. He would guide D.r Shankar Rao on how tackle these elements.

The Minister contended that no political party should work against Rachabanda as it was a programme aiming at passing the benefits to the poor. When Rachabanda was proposed by Chief Minister N. Kiran Kumar Reddy, even Ministers had their reservations. But they realized its importance only when the people responded overwhelmingly, seeking the benefits.

He said the party was well-prepared for the by-elections to be held to the Kadapa Lok Sabha and Pulivendula Assembly seats.

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