Telangana JAC chairman M Kodandaram alleged that "illegal" sand transportation was going on unabated in Sircilla-Rajanna district with the support of local leaders.
Speaking to the media on Friday, Kodandaram spoke of a variety of other issues plaguing the state, too.
He said that the second phase of the Amaraveerula Spoorthi Yatra would be taken up from July 8. The yatra is on the beedi and handloom weavers' problems in Sircilla-Rajanna district.
He also advised the TRS leaders to examine the Dindi project and stop chiding him. He also slammed GHMC for contemplating outsourcing the work of garbage collection to a private firm.
Kodandaram also appealed to the students to stay away from drugs, and asked the state government to take the necessary steps to curb the menace before Telangana turned into another Punjab. He said that he would take up a campaign against drug use on behalf of the JAC.
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