TRS president K Chandrashekar Rao on Tuesday threatened to start another round of agitation if the police book cases against T region employees for participating in the separate Telangana movement.
Addressing media on Tuesday, he demanded the chief minister K Rosaiah to stop registering cases against the members of Telangana non-gazetted officers (TNGO), Telangana Gazetted officers (TGOs) and Telagnana employees associations. The association leaders were also active members in Telangana political JAC.
Rao said, TNGO president and JAC convener M Swami Goud and Telagnana Employees Association leader A Vittal were being harassed by the police, who raided their houses. ACB officials were also harassing the association members.
“It seems the state government has conspired to book cases against all employees who were active in the T-movement and this will not be tolerated”, KCR said. KCR alleged that the ACB director general K Arvinda Rao was behind the conspiracy.
However, the ACB director general G Aravind Rao refuted the allegations made by the TRS chief. In a statement issued here, the ACB DG clarified that “it was totally untrue to say that the ACB has received any instructions from the government to harass the TNGO leaders. It is also untrue to say that such instructions were given to field officers during the ACB meetings.”