Bhongir MP and Congress leader Komatireddy Venkat Reddy today demanded that the state government order an inquiry into the works of the Yadadri temple.
He made these remarks while addressing media persons after inaugurating a PACS petrol bunk at Chandupatla.
Speaking on the occasion, he said that the Yadagirigutta temple would have collapsed had the temple town witnessed heavy rains like the state capital Hyderabad did last year.
He said mockingly that the queue line complex of the temple and the roads leading to the temple had turned into mini tanks after just a small lashing of rains in the town yesterday for barely two hours.
Targeting CM K Chandrashekar Rao, he asked the latter, who he said had visited the temple twenty times in the last eight years, what he did during the visits to monitor the quality.
He said that all that the CM had managed to do was destroy the temple after spending Rs. 2,000 crore in the name of its re-construction.
He asked the CM to come out of his farmhouse and visit the temple now, and demanded a vigilance inquiry into the issue to find out the main culprits behind the "shoddy" development works of the temple.
Targeting the former EO of the temple Geeta Reddy, he alleged that the EO had destroyed the reputation of the temple by handing over the works to random people through nomination.