Dharmana Prasada Rao confident to come out unscathed in CBI case
September 11, 2012
Roads and Buildings Minister Dharmana Prasada Rao, speaking at a public meeting said that he would come out in the case filed by the CBI making him an accused on the allocation of land to the Vanpic project. Prasada Rao is an as an accused in the Vanpic case, which is being probed by the Central Bureau of Investigation. He made it clear that he acted only on the basis of the decision of the Cabinet and that he had no personal role to play. He offered to operate with the investigating agency.
Earlier, Dharmana Prasada Rao was accorded a rousing reception. He was visiting Srikakulam for the first time in a month. A rally was organized from Gujaratipet to Indira Vignan Bhavan where he addressed a public meeting that was well attended by several Congress leaders and loyalists of Dharmana. Addressing the party workers, he said that the present government had just followed the policy that was in existence by the earlier governments. He added that the role of the Revenue Minister is very much minimal and said that he had not committed any mistake in land allocation that was explained to AICC president Sonia Gandhi.