T Govt Denies Tapping, AP Writes to Centre


With Andhra Pradesh Government and TDP folks taking on Telangana government over the alleged tapping of AP chief minister’s phone, the Telangana government has swung into the action. The deputy chief minister of Telangana state, Kadiyam Srihari has categorically denied that the government didn’t tap Chandrababu Naidu’s phone.

He has further said that his party’s nominated MLA, Stephenson approached the Anti Corruption Bureau and gave a written complaint that he was lured by Revanth Reddy. Accordingly, ACB recorded the phone conversations of Stephenson alone, added Kadiyam.

Questioning on Revanth Reddy’s alleged cash for vote scam, Kadiyam asked Chandrababu as to why he didn’t condemn the heinous act. He even challenged Chandrababu if he was ready for a lie-detector test.

Coming down heavily on the statements of Chandrababu Naidu, he has said that Telangana police alone has jurisdiction on Hyderabad and Babu was misleading the people of Andhra.

It is still a matter of debate as to how the crime issue took a diversion to Hyderabad. Is TDP trying to sideline the corruption issue by bringing in Hyderabad? Well, it remains to be a rhetorical question.

On the other hand, Andhra Pradesh cabinet is convening a key meeting today for sending a resolution to the Centre that law and order in Hyderabad be handed over to the governor of Telugu states, as mentioned in Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Bill.

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