Take action on AP CM on data theft: Jagan appeals to Guv

Hyderabad: YSRCP Chief YS Jaganmohan Reddy today complained to Governor ESL Narasimhan on data theft and cancellation of about 59 lakh votes in Andhra Pradesh by Telugu Desam Government. Along with party leaders Ummareddy Venkateshwarlu, P Subhash Chandra Bose, K Partha Sarathi and others, Jagan called on the Governor and appealed to him to conduct an inquiry to unravel truth with regard to data breach by the TD Government. He submitted a report to the Governor and urged for speedy action against those involved.

Later he told reporters that Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu has violated the norms to win the polls illegally. Data theft and removal of the 59 lakh votes are meant for defeating the YCP in the forthcoming polls he said. We have already informed about the votes removal to President Ramnath Kovind and Election Commission he said. Now that the TD Government has shifted the data of people illegally through Seva Mitra application developed IT Grid in Hyderabad. Jagan said that the YCP urged the Governor to speed up the inquiry into the two issues. In 2014 elections the YCP faced defeat with just 5 lakh votes difference and found existence of duplicate votes in electoral lists he said. We complained to EC with proof in 24 pendrives on 59 lakh fake voters. He slammed Chandrababu for trying to create problems in two Telugu states in this regard.