Alleging that Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao family has 40 per cent share in Sri Chaithanya and Narayana educational institutions, Komatireddy alleged that KCR government was taking up the works where he gets commissions. He alleged that the KCR government escalated the cost of the Pranahitha project FRP, Rs 30,000 crore, as Rs 90,000 crore. He also said unemployment and farmers’ suicides were increasing in Telangana state. Komatireddy also accused the TRS government of keeping the projects started by the Congress in cold storage fearing that the Congress might get a good name.
Komatireddy said they will approach the High Court against Sri Chaithanya and Narayana colleges. He slammed the TRS government for not respecting the orders of the High Court in connection with Congress MLAs’ expulsion.