19-06-201919-06-2019 17:56:41 IST
Updated On 19-06-2019 17:58:07 ISTUpdated On 19-06-20192019-06-19T12:26:41.352Z19-06-2019 2019-06-19T12:26:36.554Z - 2019-06-19T12:28:07.970Z - 19-06-2019
Telugu Desam Party (TDP) has stated that they will approach the court if any attempts are made to vacate party chief and former Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu from his house in Undavalli.
Earlier on Tuesday, YSRCP's MLA from Mangalagiri Alla Ramakrishna Reddy had stated that he will ensure that Naidu is vacated from his home in Undavalli that was illegally constructed on the Krishna riverfront posing serious issues for ecological diversity.
Reddy is touted to be the frontrunner to become the Chairman of Capital Region Developmental Authority (CRDA) which takes care of construction and developmental works in the Amaravati capital region. Incidentally a few days ago Naidu had written to Chief Minister Jaganmohan Reddy seeking permission to use 'Praja Vedika' a hall which is an extension of his home for official purposes.
Alla Ramakrishna Reddy who had defeated Naidu's son Nara Lokesh has been vocally critical for quite some time of Naidu's possession of the riverfront. "The building was owned by an industrialist who constructed the house illegally on the riverfront. The erstwhile TDP government had taken the house from the industrialist on a lease right after they shifted the administration from Hyderabad to Vijayawada," accused Reddy.
Meanwhile, TDP has reacted strongly to the statements of the YSRCP on this matter and said that they are resorting to vindictive politics. "YSRCP are doing exactly what their leader Jaganmohan Reddy said they won't do- resorting to vindictive politics. If the matter is in court, we will fully respect the judgment of the court, however, this kind of statements will not be tolerated at all," said TDP MLA Payyavula Keshav. TDP spokesperson Lanka Dinakar said that TDP will be left with no choice but to seek legal route if YSRCP tries to use any undemocratic measures.
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