Mrs USHA RANI IAS where are you MADAM , always busy to loot Govt funds
Date : 07-02-2012
Mrs USHA RANI IAS
Govt of AP, Hyderabad
Mrs USHA RANI IAS where are you MADAM , always busy to loot Govt funds, Kindly listen MADAM , WE ARE the VICTIMS BY YOUR CORRUPT ADMINISTRATION at MAHABOOBNAGAR in the issue of BONDED LOBOR and FOOD FOR WORK PROGRAMME FUND AND AT THE TIME OF WORKED AT WARANGAL DISTRICT where you are highly given bribes by providing LANDED PROPERTY OF 17 acres near OUR RING ROAD area SHAD NAGAR.
At every place you got very good reputation to loot Govt funds . Every time you are escaped by your GOD FATHER & GOD FATHERS many , but now you can not escape . Your every moment including acquiring properties too is collected by CDs too . Now you can not escape punishments by CBI.
16-8-908 NEW MALAKPET
Ph & Fax 24414736
1] Sri PANKAJ DWIVEDI,Chief Secretary,Hyderabad
2] Sri V V Laxminarayana DIG CBI Hyderabad
Tuesday, March 13, 2012 8:34 PM
Mrs Usharani IAS , we appreciate your response and ready to fight in court of law while supporting Mrs Munnabai and many other victims because of your corrupt acts by ignoring basic civil rights for gratification.
Advocates & Journalists for Public Justice
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