Former Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao has been landing in legal troubles ever since he failed to win the assembly elections.

The Kaleshwaram Project, Kavitha’s arrest and the phone-tapping scandal are some of the issues that are troubling KCR. Now, another one joins the list.

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Now, KCR has been served with notices regarding the Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) made with Chattisgarh during his rule.

After coming into power, the Congress government formed a commission under the leadership of Justice L Narasimha Reddy to study the PPAs made in BRS’s government and also the construction of thermal power projects in Kothagudem and Damaracharla.

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Upon investigating the PPAs, the commission. found irregularities in the PPAs made with Chattisgarh. Thus, notices were issued to KCR and he was asked to respond by June 15.

However, KCR requested an extension till July 30th to provide all clarification regarding these irregularities.

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During his regime, KCR proposed a power purchase of 1,000 MW from Chhattisgarh. Already, former power department officials, like ex-chairman and managing director of Telangana Genco and Transco, D. Prabhakar Rao, and former special chief secretary Suresh Chanda, have appeared before the commission for questioning in this matter.

The commission also stated that if KCR’s response in this case is unsatisfactory, he will be called for a personal appearance for the questioning.