Chandrababu Naidu Avoids Media Over ‘Cash for vote’ Case

Andhra Pradesh CM Chandrababu Naidu said: “You (media) study what’s in this cash for vote case. My advocates will take care of it. what should I talk about it.” - Sakshi Post

Vijayawada: Andhra Pradesh (AP) Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu on Tuesday tried to avoid answering questions over ‘cash for vote’ case. Ruling out nothing there in that issue, Naidu has shrugged it off.

In a major setback for Chandrababu Naidu, ACB court ordered a re-investigation into the cash-for-vote scam. The Special Court has ordered ACB to investigate into Chandrababu Naidu’s role in cash for vote case and submit the report by September 29

In a major setback for Chandrababu Naidu, ACB court ordered a re-investigation into the cash-for-vote scam. The Special Court has ordered ACB to investigate into Chandrababu Naidu’s role in cash for vote case and submit the report by September 29.

Alla Ramakrishna Reddy,YSRCP MLA from Mangalagiri, had filed a petition in the court seeking inclusion of Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister’s name as and accused in cash-for-vote-scam.
The petitioner Reddy furnished the forensic report from a private laboratory that showed the voice-sample in the telephonic conversation with TRS Anglo-Indian MLA Stephenson was that of Chandrababu Naidu. Based on this, the court ordered re-investigation into the case.

Chandrababu Naidu, after the court order on Monday, held discussions with legal experts. Later, Naidu convened a review meeting on drought. During the review meeting, media persons raised questions over the latest development in cash for vote case.

Alla Ramakrishna Reddy,YSRCP MLA from Mangalagiri, had filed a petition in the court seeking inclusion of Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister’s name as and accused in cash-for-vote-scam. The petitioner Reddy furnished the forensic report from a private laboratory that showed the voice-sample in the telephonic conversation with TRS Anglo-Indian MLA Stephenson was that of Chandrababu Naidu. Based on this, the court ordered re-investigation into the case.

“You (media) study what’s in this cash for vote case. My advocates will take care of it. what should I talk about it,” said Naidu.

It’s learnt that Naidu has directed his advocates to challenge ACB court’s orders in the High Court. TDP leaders are concerned over the latest development as the cash for vote issue will dampen the TDP’s prospects in the State.

On other hand, according to the sources, ACB officials studied the court order and decided to take legal opinion before commencing investigation.

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