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“Crores Embezzled Through Andhra Housing Scheme”: Pawan Kalyan Writes To PM

Actor-politician and Janasena party founder, Pawan Kalyan, has written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, accusing the YS Jagan Mohan Reddy-led Andhra Pradesh government of massive corruption in the guise of a housing scheme for the poor. Kalyan alleges a staggering ₹35,141 crore misappropriation, particularly in the realm of land acquisition.

Allegations of Swindling in Land Acquisition

In the letter, Pawan Kalyan highlights that the corruption related to land acquisition has reached such proportions that even a legislator from the ruling party has called for an inquiry by the state vigilance and enforcement department. He asserts that the land value was artificially inflated, resulting in meager compensation to the landowners, while leaders of the Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party (YSRCP) allegedly pocketed the excess funds. Kalyan also points out other irregularities in the housing scheme.

Urgent Call for Investigation

Providing additional details in the letter, Pawan Kalyan urges Prime Minister Modi to initiate a thorough investigation through central agencies. He emphasizes the need to bring those responsible for the embezzlement to justice and recover the misappropriated amount. The Janasena chief’s appeal seeks swift action against the alleged corruption in the Andhra Pradesh housing scheme.

In a bid to address the concerns raised by Kalyan, the letter signals a call for transparency and accountability in government projects, particularly those aimed at welfare and housing for the underprivileged. The outcome of any potential investigation could have far-reaching implications on the political landscape in Andhra Pradesh.

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