Chandrababu Naidu may land in Jail: Talasani
HYDERABAD: Condemning the missive written by AP Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to enforce Section 8 of AP Reorganisation Act on Hyderabad, Telangana Commercial Taxes Minister Talasani Srinivas Yadav today opined that the former may face dungeon in a few days in connection with his active role in “Cash-for-Vote” scam if a section of media reports are to be believed.
Addressing the media at Secretariat here on Saturday, the minister opined that some media reports concluded that Chandrababu Naidu could not escape the noose, and in a few days after ACB comes out with more details. Instead of resorting to mudslinging activity against his Telangana counterpart, Naidu should prove his innocence by resigning from the chief minister post, he suggested.
Though the Centre intervenes and try to cool down the tempers, the TRS Government would not budge for a compromise formula, he said. Terming Naidu as a “cunning fellow” and ‘Thief’, Talasani said the principal accused in the scam would not get Modi’s support.
A section of the media was trying to safeguard Naidu’s interests and nullifying the scam, he alleged. Though all the AP ministers are living in their homes safely in Hyderabad, Chandrababu Naidu wrote a letter to Modi stressing the need to replicate Section 8 of AP Reorganisation Act, he said.
Srinivas Yadav sought to know what TD leaders from Telangana would speak on Naidu’s letter. Naidu is talking in frustration to create confusion among the people as if there is a law and order problem in Hyderabad to escape from the scam, he said.
People of AP and others should be wary of Naidu’s nefarious designs of false politics for attributing his scam to that of the people’s problem. Naidu has no right to talk on defections as he took a few YSRCP leaders into his party fold, he said, adding that the former should resign and prove his innocence.
Refuting the comments that Telangana Chief Minister Chandrasekhar Rao was resorting to vengeance politics by TD and other parties, Talasani said the ACB was doing its job and law will take its own course, he observed. (NSS)