‘Payfarmer accepted here, Rs 4,500 per tonne for sugarcane’ reads the poster created by the Darshan faction of KRRS.
This will also ensure levying of interest only on input tax credit wrongly availed and utilised, said an official release.
Vijay Jagadal’s directorial, Rupayi, has been certified U/A, and the makers are planning to release the film this November
Stating that the new alignment would raise costs and also result in loss of agriculture fields, he requested Bandi Sanjay to ensure that NH 563 is laid as per the original plan.
Addressing a press conference in Bidar city, Khandre said corruption is rampant in all sectors of the state, from the panchayat to the ministerial level.
Alleges Cong and its leaders have failed people
The Congress launched the PayCM campaign and started putting up posters on public walls in various parts of the State accusing the present dispensation of indulging in corruption.
He, however, refused to react to Dr Sudhakar’s statement that a Lingayat community CM is being targeted by Congress leaders.
Speaking to media persons after the 10-day joint session of the State Legislature here on Friday, Bommai said the Congress had scams in each step.
Surjewala said it is not a Congress, but a people’s campaign.
Shivakumar claimed that contractors had informed Congress leaders about corruption, and that more than 8,000 people have joined the campaign.
Congress MLCs slam govt for police action, say criticism must be taken in right spirit
The arrests were made based on five separate complaints filed by BBMP officials.
KPCC social media resource person D A Gagan Yadav son of Congress leader D A Gopal and nephew of former Congress minister A. Krishnappa was picked up by the police from his residence in K R Puram.
Bengaluru Police Commissioner C H Pratap Reddy said the police are on the hunt for those who pasted the ‘PayCM’ posters.
When scaned, the code redirects to a web portal of the Congress party, launched recently to receive complaints against the CM.
Keshav said the ruling YSRC made a hue and cry on the alleged purchase of Pegasus spyware and theft of data by the TDP government and constituted the House Committee.
Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy’s lengthy speech in the Assembly on the State financial position is a futile exercise, said TDP MLA Payyavula Keshav.
The app-based token -- The HPZ -- had promised users of large gains if they invest in cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin.
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