Drugs Case Digvijaya-KTR Tweets
Hyderabad: Senior Congress leader Digvijaya Singh, who is known for his controversial comments, has alleged that a�?friends of TRS heir apparent have links with drugsa�?.
The tweet, obviously referring to K Taraka Rama Rao, Minister and son of Telangana Chief Minister Chandrasekhara Rao, came even as the Special Investigation Team is inquiring into what has come to be known as the sensational drugs case. Film personalities, multinational professionals, school and college students, apart from children of politicians and business tycoons, are said to be among those abusing drugs.
This is what Digvijayaa��s tweet on Thursday said: a�?A huge drugs scamA�Huge Drug Scam in Telangana. Influential friends of TRS heir apparent involved. Let’s see if they would be saved or prosecuted. Let’s see.a�? The tweet of Digvijaya Singh became a point of discussion even as the SIT is interrogating certain film personalities in Hyderabad since Wednesday. A�More:A�Puri Cooperated With SIT: Akun Sabharwal
Huge Drug Scam in Telangana. Influential friends of TRS heir apparent involved. Let's see if they would be saved or prosecuted. Let's see.
— digvijaya singh (@digvijaya_28) July 20, 2017
Meanwhile, KTR responded on Twitter with his own tweet: a�?You’ve completely lost it sir. Time to retire gracefully & do something worth your age. Glad that you’ve finally learnt to spell ‘Telangana’.a�? A�More:A�Shyam K Naidu Next Under SIT Interrogation
You've completely lost it sir. Time to retire gracefully & do something worth your age. Glad that you've finally learnt to spell 'Telangana' https://t.co/1lozaMpEN6
— KTR (@KTRTRS) July 20, 2017
Earlier too the senior Congress leader had courted controversy by tweeting about Hyderabad Police luring Muslim youths into joining the Islamic State.
An angry minister KTR denounced Singh’s then allegations saying: a�?Most irresponsible & reprehensible thing coming from a former CM. Request you to withdraw these comments unconditionally or provide evidence (sic).a�? A�More:A�Hyderabad Drugs Case: Addicts Ordering Them By Courier