AICC member Bakka Judson has complained to the CBI about the Telangana liquor policy and the role of CM KCR’s daughter Kavitha Kalvakuntla. In addition to this, he revealed that he filed a complaint against KTR with the ED and CBI on the role of KTR in the sale of 500 acres of land in Vattinagulapalli village of Rangareddy district, Gandipeta Mandal which comes under ED.
He fumed that the sacrifices of 1200 youths were made worthless by the Kalvakuntla family. He said that the Kalvakuntla family, which is connected with the land scams, sand scams, drugs, and gambling, exploited Telangana and burdened the state with immense debts, adding that the family is now eyeing the neighboring states.
He accused MLC Kavitha of being behind the sensational Delhi liquor policy scandal. He said that she was bent on getting commissions in the liquor business, adding that Delhi’s liquor policy was formulated on the advice of KCR’s family members.
Judson further said that CM KCR’s family is directly related to the Delhi liquor scam. “Last month, the Punjab High Court struck down the new liquor policy. Telangana also has a similar liquor policy,” he said. He said that he had complained to the ED and the state government about the illegal assets of Kavitha and KTR along with the evidence, adding that they have not taken any action so far.