Leader of the BRS Manne Krishank presented a litany of charges against the congress administration, citing serious corruption and a dearth of openness in wallet PLATFORM' target='_blank' title='digital-Latest Updates, Photos, Videos are a click away, CLICK NOW'>digital ticket contracts. On Saturday, june 15, Krishank brought attention to a significant scandal involving a procurement procedure within the TGSRTC (Telangana State Road Transport Corporation) at a news conference held at telangana Bhavan.
 

He raised concerns about why such a big project is not mentioned on the rtc website by claiming that a sizable project tender about ITIMS (Intelligent Ticket Issue Machines) was kept secret and carried out internally. Regarding the TSRTC department bids, prabhakar GOUD' target='_blank' title='ponnam prabhakar-Latest Updates, Photos, Videos are a click away, CLICK NOW'>ponnam prabhakar, the minister of Transportation, was charged by Krishank with "maintaining secrecy."
 
"What caused the sudden cancellation of the tenders that the previous government had issued in february 2023?" Asked Krishank.
 
He also questioned the decision made on january 11, 2024, when the rtc website abruptly shifted from accepting online tenders to accepting offline ones.
 
Information on the quantity of bids that were filed and the quotes that were obtained is being withheld. "Why are you proposing fourteen amendments in less than a month?" he said.


On chalo Mobility
Concerns over chalo Mobility's deal for 13,200 ticket machines were also voiced by Krishank. He clarified that this corporation directly benefits from each ticket commission, given that 30 lakh tickets are distributed every day throughout the state.
 
Based on rtc figures, the commission would be in the millions of rupees if 5.2 million tickets were sold every day for five years. He questioned, "Why was such a big project kept secret?"
 
He asked prabhakar GOUD' target='_blank' title='ponnam prabhakar-Latest Updates, Photos, Videos are a click away, CLICK NOW'>ponnam prabhakar, the minister of transportation, to address these accusations and offer supporting evidence.


"How was chalo Mobility awarded the contract? What information is available about the number of firms who took part in the tender? Why were offline tenders preferred over online ones? Were the changes made to help the business itself or specific individuals? Krishank wanted clarification.
 
"What made prabhakar GOUD' target='_blank' title='ponnam prabhakar-Latest Updates, Photos, Videos are a click away, CLICK NOW'>ponnam prabhakar decide to keep this endeavor under wraps? When questioned about corruption, the congress administration has evolved into a regime of cases and threats, he said, deflecting attention with stories about phone tapping and kaleshwaram concerns.
 
He urged A revanth Reddy, the chief minister, to answer these claims and address the accusations of corruption in the transport department.
 

Krishank declared, "The people deserve accountability and transparency." "People wanted six guarantees, but they received six scams, including rtc tenders, rice, liquor, and fly ash," he said. They bring lawsuits if we challenge them. Which is the government, congress or Cases?
 
 
 

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