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Bramhani Industries Limited also known as Brahmani Steels and Bramhani Steels is an Indian iron and steel company promoted by Obulapuram Mining Company and G. Janardhana Reddy [1]. The company is building a 1.7MTPA steel plant in Kadapa district of Andhra Pradesh [2]. The company has announced plans to source state of the art steel equipment from China [3]. The company has also proposed to build a 6 million metric ton steel plant in Bellary [4]. JSW steel is said to be in talks for partial ownership of OMC[5]. Bramhani steels and Obulapuram are linked to illegal mining of Iron ore in Karnataka[citation needed]. Political connections and resource allotment Brahmani steels is reportedly in profit before producing any steel, owing to iron-ore sales from captive mines allotted by the Andhra Pradesh Government [6]. Former Andhra Pradesh Chief minister Y. S. Rajasekhara Reddy allotted 10,670 acres (43.2 km2) of land to Brahmani steels at a rate of Rs 18,500 per acre in Kadapa [7]. There is also an ongoing controversy in the allotment of water to Brahmani Steels in Kadapa at the expense of Rayalaseema Thermal Power Project (RTPS) [8]. Y. S. Jagan Mohan Reddy, the son of Y. S. Rajasekhara Reddy and the claimant of his political legacy, is reported to have a business interest in Brahmani [9]. References ^ "Bramhani Steels Board of Directors".  ^ "Bramhani Steels - About project".  ^ "Brahmani to source machinery from China for Kadapa plant". The Business standard.  ^ "Brahmani Steels signs MoU for Rs. 36,000-crore project". Chennai, India: The Hindu. 2010-06-04.  ^ "JSW, Reddys deal hinges on iron ore". The Economic Times. Retrieved 2010-06-24.  ^ "Gali steel factory in profit before it begins". Deccan Chronicle.  ^ "YSR gives 10,000 acres to Brahmani". Times of India. 2007-06-07.  ^ "Row over allocation of water to Brahmani Steels". The Hindu. 2010-03-04.  ^ "Links with Jagan put Reddy in spot". India Today.  External links Bramhani Industries Limited website