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2019-07-04T06:20:59.317Z04-07-2019 2019-07-04T06:20:54.936Z - - 10-04-2020
Andhra Pradesh's former Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu on Wednesday said that he was ready to face any probe on any matter and had nothing to hide. Naidu was responding to the appointment of a subcommittee by Jaganmohan Reddy to probe into the 'misdeeds' of the government during the Chandrababu Naidu's term.
Addressing a large gathering at his constituency in Kuppam, Naidu said that during the last 5 years he did everything to ensure the welfare of the people and growth of the state. "You tell me what wrong I have done," he asked. He further added that it was because of his efforts Korean automobile giant KIA came to Andhra Pradesh and set up a manufacturing plant in drought-prone Ananthapur. Naidu also told that the entry of companies like HCL and other big IT firms was also because of his efforts.
Meanwhile, YSRCP has alleged Naidu of 'institutionalized corruption' and driving the state back for his selfish motives. To probe into all the dealings, tenders, transactions, MoUs, LoIs and every single penny spent by the government, Jaganmohan Reddy had appointed a sub-committee consisting of 5 ministers and asked them to submit a report. The former Chief Minister also addressed the party cadre and asked them not to get disheartened and directed them to continue with their efforts of serving the society and helping people in their capacity.
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