02-05-201902-05-2019 16:50:49 IST
2019-05-02T11:20:49.597Z02-05-2019 2019-05-02T11:20:46.844Z - - 10-04-2020
What is in store for AP CM Naidu after the ACB court in Telangana decided to reopen a disproportionate assets case against him after the expiry of stay long ago? The decision to reopen the case or the timing to do it did not result in any comments from CM Naidu or his party associates.
Though the stay on the disproportionate assets case against Chandrababu Naidu filed by late NTR's wife Lakshmi Parvathi stands expired long ago, it was opened in a period after the polling of general elections in AP and before the declaration of results. The case was a private complaint filed by Lakshmi Parvathi in ACB court.
She claimed that Babu has no known source of income to get the assets he declared as part of his election affidavits. Chandrababu got stay from High Court on the trial in the case, but the stay stands expired as there is a Supreme Court judgment to remove the stay on ACB cases if the stay was more than six months old.
In this backdrop ACB court reopened the case against CM Naidu and Lakshmi Parvathi decided to continue with the case. When asked about the reopening of the case against Babu, an MLA candidate from Northern Andhra districts said that it is due to arm twisting tactics of central government and BJP colluded with Telangana CM KCR.
Another TDP leader and spokesperson of the Party P Anuradha said that the reopening of the case is due to the conspiracy of Modi and KCR. She further said that the deeds of the people who don't have even a correct address too cannot harm CM Naidu.
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