Kodanda Wants Probe Into Mission Kakatiya Works
Hyderabad: TJAC chairman Prof M Kodandram today demanded the State government to probe into alleged financial irregularities in Mission Kakatiya works.
He was participating in a roundtable conference organised by left organisations at Maqdum Bhavan on utilisation of Godavari and Krishna river waters and re-consideration of re-designing of projects.
Kodandram opined that people’s money is being misused in re-designing of projects. He suggested that corruption can be curbed if works of projects can be allotted in small stints instead of in a large quantity to contractors. It was not yet clear how water would be provided to old Warangal and newly carved Suryapet districts, he said.
Kodandram said that after a discussion in TJAC steering committee, a decision would be taken on the agitation being launched by leftist organisations on the projects in the state.(NSS)