Data Theft: CBN Puts His Best Actor Sivaji On Stage  

Data Theft: CBN Puts His Best Actor Sivaji On Stage - Sakshi Post

Vijayawada: Telugu actor Sivaji of 'Operation Garuda' fame, is once again back in the the political scene to defend Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu in the data theft scam involving IT Grids India Pvt Ltd, which developed the app Sevamitra for the ruling Telugu Desam Party (TDP).

Sivaji came out with an outlandish theory that since Telangana did not have a port of its own, the land-locked state needed one badly. He alleged that it was for this reason that Telangana chief minister and TRS Supremo K Chandrashekar Rao struck a deal with YSR Congress Party president YS Jagan Mohan Reddy—to help the YSRCP chief come to power in AP.

This would then enable KCR to have complete access to Vadarevu port, Sivaji's wild allegations said. However, that was not all. His other accusation was that the Telangana govt was tarnishing the brand image of Hyderabad by raiding firms like IT Grids India.

Sivaji kept underplaying the serious data theft conspiracy and the people behind it claiming that it was a plot by KCR against Chandrababu Naidu. According to the actor, the TRS chief is aware that he cannot compete with Naidu when it comes to development and welfare! As if he was reading out from Chandrababu Naidu's script, Sivaji alleged that it was because of the rapid strides being made by AP under Chandrababu that the Telangana chief minister was out to defeat the TDP and bring YS Jagan to power in Andhra Pradesh.

Sivaji further alleged that it was the Telangana government which had indulged in data theft in collusion with Election Commission in 2015 to delete names of voters in GHMC.

Sivaji's sudden emergence on the political stage pf Andhra Pradesh appears to be a last ditch effort by Chandrababu Naidu to keep the data theft conspiracy out of the public eye and deflect media attention.

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