Will Send Data Babu, Beta Babu To Jail: RK Roja

Will Send Data Babu, Beta Babu To Jail: RK Roja - Sakshi Post

Chandrababu is ineligible to rule the state, says YSRCP Nagari MLA RK Roja. Speaking on the data theft case, which has created a sensation across the country for the manner in which sensitive personal information of AP residents has been placed in public domain, she said that Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu is an accused in the note for vote case, while his son Nara Lokesh has resorted to data theft.

Roja added that it was because of these two bandits that the state of Andhra Pradesh was in a shambles. The people of the state must come together to drive this duo out in order to protect the interests of AP.

It is being observed that there is a pattern to Chandrababu Naidu's conspiracies, she said. When he was trapped in the note for vote case in 2015, and now in the case of the data theft scam, the strategy used by Chandrababu is identical. His entire party cries wolf while it is Chandrababu Naidu who is behind the conspiracy, Roja remarked.

She rubbished yellow media for its distorted portrayal of facts. It is clear that there is a larger conspiracy to gain access to personal information of residents of Andhra Pradesh, including bank account details, Aadhar card number, voter id particulars and phone numbers through the Seva Mitra app.

Their intention is to hack into our bank accounts and embezzle the money, she added.

The Nagari MLA remarked that there were suspicious about Chandrababu's win in the 2014 elections by a slender margin of 5 lakh votes in the state. Since he has no development to show and seek people's votes, the TDP chief is resorting to conspiracies such as data theft to delete votes and cling to power, Roja remarked.

she likened Chandrababu and his son Lokesh to Dera Baba Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh saying that Data Baba Chandrababu and beta baba Lokesh would be sent to the same jail as the self-proclaimed spiritual guru.

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