TPCC president Revanth Reddy did some shocking revelations about the ongoing drugs scandal in Telangana. He is suspicious that the illegal drugs corridor that has been haunting the coastal state of Goa is moved to Hyderabad. The TPCC President stated that Hyderabad is becoming a drug hub. He alleged that the drug mafia was on the rise in the city and wrote an eight-page open letter to KCR to take steps to curb it, which was ignored by the chief minister.
A 23-year-old engineering student has died in Hyderabad following a drug overdose. Revanth Reddy criticized the state government for trying to save the political, film, and business personalities involved in the drug menace by mellowing down the intensity of the matter.
In his letter, Revanth stated ‘No matter how many task forces are put in place, the drug mafia will not end even if it is monitored by special officers’. Revanth Reddy demanded that the state government must immediately hand over all the digital records to the Enforcement Directorate.
Further, Revanth urged the authorities to set up a national-level inquiry. He said there was a need to set up an SIT comprising DRI, NCB, and ED to prosecute the case. Revanth also asked the chief minister KCR to pen a letter to the prime minister to assist him in looking into this issue. He demanded that all the details and entire digital records requested by the officers must be handed over immediately for the investigation.