In a letter to the CM, FGG Secretary M Padmanabha Reddy stated that some unscrupulous people have taken possession of 45 acres, including five acres meant for open spaces and community purposes.
FGG secretary M Padmanabha Reddy said that many countries that followed the path of heavy populist social welfare policies had later found themselves in deep economic trouble.
The letter from FGG urged the government to act on nearly 2,500 legal liquor outlets and the several belt shops attached to them to curb the consumption.
The Forum for Good Governance (FGG) made several suggestions to Finance Minister T Harish Rao ahead of the 2022-23 Budget.
The Forum for Good Governance (FGG) urged Governor Tamilisai Soundararajan to direct the State government to take steps to constitute Ward Committees in the GHMC limits.
Padmanabha Reddy pointed out that the IPC Section 171 (E) explains that providing food, drinks, entertainment amounts to bribing the voters.
Reddy alleged that the government was ignoring the corruption in its administration by not posting officers in these key anti-corruption agencies.
The Excise Department had filed chargesheets in the court, omitting the Tollywood biggies from blame, as they were found to be the end-users and therefore were seen as victims.
The Forum requested the Governor to direct the Chief Secretary of Telangana for rationalisation of the 'Rythu Bandhu' scheme to avoid squandering of public money under the scheme.
The State did not take any action on the recommendations of the State Finance Commission, which is a violation of the Constitution, said FGG secretary M Padmanabha Reddy.