Tolivelugu Crime Bureau: Megha Krishna Reddy’s has been facing back-to-back tough blows from all sides. After the bus tenders were canceled in Mumbai, the tenders for ‘Mana Ooru Mana Badi’ were also canceled in Telangana. The Telangana Education Welfare Infrastructure Development Corporation has clarified this to the High Court. They admitted the irregularities in desk, and furniture tenders. V3 Enterprises filed a petition in the High Court regarding the tenders. The Vijay Sen Reddy Bench conducted an investigation on it.
Advocate Prakash Reddy argued for the petitioner. The goal of the tenders was explained to the above court. In this order, TSEWDIC has agreed to everything. With this, the trial court concluded the hearing on the petition. An inquiry will be held on the 21st as there have been irregularities in the tenders of the Green Board. There are chances of making a decision to cancel those tenders and conduct them again. With this action, Megha director Srinivas Reddy, who played a key role in the tenders, and Minister Putraratnam have witnessed quite a blowback. Tolivelugu Crime Bureau has been saying for some time that the ‘money belongs to the public, while all the show off is done by Megha’. Tolivelugu gave stories about the Megha’s robbery with evidence. All this has been revealed by the threats in the Taj Hotel that the tenders were designed by Megha’s company.
In this order, the Commissionerate of Tenders has also expressed the same opinion recently. Telangana Education Welfare Infrastructure Development Corporation has invited tenders for the supply of painting, 3,41,265 dual desks for teachers and headmasters, tables and chairs for teachers and HMs, and 1,39,585 green chalkboards in 26,065 schools under Mana Uru Mana Badi at a cost of Rs.1,539 crore. The Telangana government has introduced this scheme of Rs.8 thousand crores. 20 percent share should be given to MSMEs in such schemes. The Center brought this Act in 2004. But Megha Krishna Reddy won the tenders even though he was not qualified. Thousands of crores of scams have been launched in alliance with eligible companies. The companies that bid less than them were made to sideline as they did not have technical qualifications. The Megha company has been in a drama with alliances with various big companies due to fraudulent contracts. The CBI has also received complaints about this embezzlement case. A company that participated in the tenders approached the High Court. Recently it has issued orders not to take a final decision on the continuation of the tender process. In the same order, the Commissionerate of Tenders raised many objections to the tenders called by the Education Department except the one related to painting. There is no standard schedule of rates other than painting in the tender of the education department and there is no basis for calculating the prices of goods. Whether prices given elsewhere in other states are taken into consideration is not available. It is reported that the COT has suggested coming to a conclusion on the basic prices first.
On the other hand, when the financial bids of the companies that won the tenders were opened saying that they were eligible, they quoted more in all of them. Rs.1,954 crores have been quoted for works worth Rs.1,539 crore. In this, for painting, 10 percent is more, while for the rest, 31 to 68 percent were quoted more. The Telangana Education Welfare Infrastructure Development Corporation, which has not taken a final decision on this, has asked the COT to examine the entire tender process. It seems that the COT, which suggested consulting with the monopolists on the first two, gave a report on the remaining two on Thursday. In this, it has pointed out many errors in the tender process and made it clear that the prices are too high and there is no basis for the estimates.
In this context, when the latest inquiry was held in the High Court, the government admitted that there were irregularities in the duel desk and furniture tenders. Those tenders are said to be canceled. Four companies participated in the tender of dual desks. Even though the code was given at a low price, instead of giving it to them, they gave it to a company that put a fake experience certificate at a high price. Both of these have direct connections with Megha. Five companies have qualified for the furniture tender. But those who participated in the tenders were sidelined for silly reasons. The committee has awarded the tender only to the companies that have tied up with Megha. Companies that spend more money are welcomed.