Several unions of Telangana have increased the pressure on Legislative Council chairman Swami Goud to resign as the president of TNGO Cooperatvie Housing Society. The unions of officers, employees, teachers, pensioners and workers have been raising their voices against Swami Goud since a while. The unions also demanded to appoint an IAS officer to probe into the alleged irregularities in the housing societies.
Mr. Goud has denied resigning as he claims his innocence. He said that he would be termed guilty if he resigns following protests.
Swami Goud said, “If I quit now, it will be construed as my guilt. The matter is pending in court. Some people have deliberately manipulated things and levelled false allegations against me, while I was busy with the Telangana movement”.