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Rasamayi Balakishan faces flak


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Rasamayi Balakishan faces flak

2017-10-11 10:31:30

Rasamayi Balakishan faces flak

 

 

 

(The News Bureau)

TRS legislator Rasamayi Balakishan has been everywhere in the news these days but all for bad reasons. He is accused of neglecting the dalits due to which two dalits immolated themselves outside his office in Manakonduru in Karimnagar recently.

align: justify;">One of them later succumbed at hospital and another is likely to be discharged. Another reason for which Balakishan is in the news is because of alleged corrupt practices in Telangana Samskruthika Sarathi, an organization funded by the government and headed by Balakishan.

In the first case, the two dalits, M Srinivas and Y Parashuramulu, went to meet Balakishan at his office after the Village Revenue Officer had asked them to pay a bribe of Rs 20,000 for giving a three-acre land under the SC/ST scheme.

They wanted to explain their grievance to their legislator, but the legislator, allegedly made them wait for hours before refusing the see them. Anguished by it, both the victims doused themselves with petrol and immolated themselves.

In another case, a publication titled ‘Pidikili’ had carried a report on the alleged irregular and corrupt practices going on in the Telangana Samskruthika Sarathi. Instead of course correction, Balakishan allegedly directed the employees of the organization to file a false case against the editor and a reporter of the Pidikili.

Balakishan is said to have pressurized the Madhapur police to book a criminal case against the two journalists, one of whom is a physically challenged person. Despite knowing this, the police kneeled before the TRS legislator and forced the two journalists – editor Chamakura Raju and reporter Panthangi Bhiksham Goud – to appear before the police.

The charges leveled inclue that Raju had resorted to snatching of certain documents by trespassing into the office of Telangana Samskruthika Sarathi, created nuisance and even resorted to criminal intimidation.

The charges became a laughingstock as Raju cannot even walk properly because of the physical disability. Yet, police officials were very fast in taking action on such a frivolous complaint. Despite all this, the TRS leadership is keeping a mysterious silence with respect to Balakishan for the reasons best known to them.

 

 

 

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Rasamayi Balakishan faces flak

2017-10-11 10:31:30

 

 

 

(The News Bureau)

TRS legislator Rasamayi Balakishan has been everywhere in the news these days but all for bad reasons. He is accused of neglecting the dalits due to which two dalits immolated themselves outside his office in Manakonduru in Karimnagar recently.

align: justify;">One of them later succumbed at hospital and another is likely to be discharged. Another reason for which Balakishan is in the news is because of alleged corrupt practices in Telangana Samskruthika Sarathi, an organization funded by the government and headed by Balakishan.

In the first case, the two dalits, M Srinivas and Y Parashuramulu, went to meet Balakishan at his office after the Village Revenue Officer had asked them to pay a bribe of Rs 20,000 for giving a three-acre land under the SC/ST scheme.

They wanted to explain their grievance to their legislator, but the legislator, allegedly made them wait for hours before refusing the see them. Anguished by it, both the victims doused themselves with petrol and immolated themselves.

In another case, a publication titled ‘Pidikili’ had carried a report on the alleged irregular and corrupt practices going on in the Telangana Samskruthika Sarathi. Instead of course correction, Balakishan allegedly directed the employees of the organization to file a false case against the editor and a reporter of the Pidikili.

Balakishan is said to have pressurized the Madhapur police to book a criminal case against the two journalists, one of whom is a physically challenged person. Despite knowing this, the police kneeled before the TRS legislator and forced the two journalists – editor Chamakura Raju and reporter Panthangi Bhiksham Goud – to appear before the police.

The charges leveled inclue that Raju had resorted to snatching of certain documents by trespassing into the office of Telangana Samskruthika Sarathi, created nuisance and even resorted to criminal intimidation.

The charges became a laughingstock as Raju cannot even walk properly because of the physical disability. Yet, police officials were very fast in taking action on such a frivolous complaint. Despite all this, the TRS leadership is keeping a mysterious silence with respect to Balakishan for the reasons best known to them.