APCC Chief N Raghuveera Reddy has made it clear that the CBI inquiry into the cash-for-vote case will bring out truth.
Speaking to the media here on Tuesday, Raghuveera said the mention of Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu’s name for 22 times in the cash-for-vote chargesheet will be considered as a serious one. He asked Chandrababu Naidu to seek CBI probe into cash-for-vote case to prove his sincerity. He said he has no belief in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana Chief Ministers’ sincerity in cash-for-vote and phone tapping cases. He said Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao too has to ask Centre for an inquiry into the cash-for-vote case.
Raghuveera said people will not feel happy for criticizing Congress party alleging that Andhra Pradesh State suffered loss due to Congress party’s division of the State. He said the State government has no control over colleges and it was proved with the ragging and suicides of students in colleges. He questioned the AP government as to why it was not initiating action against the Municipal Minister Narayana, the owner of the college where two students committed suicides in Kadapa district. He demanded that the government extend Rs 25 lakh ex gratia to the families of the students, who committed suicides. He also asked the government to set up special courts to clear the suicides cases within three months. The government must hang those causing suicides of the students, he alleged.
Raghuveera alleged that nobody believes in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s package for Bihar State and said it was a sheer election stunt. He said Bihar package would be implemented only when the Centre announces special status to Andhra Pradesh State. (NSS)