In a statement here on Saturday, Yanamala said when they had several times in the past made the same allegation, it was denied stoutly. He said now as the statement of the Finance Minister proved their own charge, the Jail superintendent should be suspended. He has alleged that Y S Jaganmohan Reddy was controlling the Chanchalguda jail and using it as the office of the YSR Congress, only with the blessings of Chief Minister Kiran Kumar Reddy. He also demanded that action be taken against all other jail officials, who were responsible for the situation.
Yanamala faulted the Chief Minister for protecting the tainted ministers. Stating that the entire cabinet was composed by late Dr Y S Rajasekhara Reddy, he said except one or two, all the ministers were totally corrupt. Referring to the Supreme Court notices to six ministers for issuing 26 controversial GOs, he said while one minister went to jail in Jagan’s illegal properties case, another was named 5th accused in the CBI charge-sheet. Now it was pathetic that Home Minister P. Sabita Indra Reddy was named fourth accused in the case. He questioned as to why Chief Minister Kiran Kumar Reddy was hesitating, though Constitution gave him the authority to cleanse his cabinet. Stating all the irregularities committed by officials were now coming out, he said now even ministers were admitting them.
Jagan will go Gali way
Yanamala said Enforcement Directorate’s adjudicating authority had confirmed that Gali Janardana Reddy diverted Rs 883 crores he earned through illegal mining as investments and had allowed attachments. He said Gali diverted the illegal income through RR Global into Jagan’s Jagati Publications.
Stating that Gali and Jagan were two faces of the same corruption, Yanamala said people were observing everything. Reminding Jagan that Gali Janardana Reddy’s NBSR Congress was taught a lesson by the people by defeating it in the Bellary elections, including Gali’s own ward, Yanamala said the same fate would be meted out to Y S Jaganmohan Reddy of the YSR Congress.