In the charge sheet filed by the Telangana State Anti-Corruption Bureau in the special court of ACB, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu’s name is cropped up at least 22 times in the cash for vote scam.
The chargesheet is filed against all the accused in cash for vote scam, i.e., Revanth Reddy, Sebastian, Uday Simha and mediator Jerusalem Mattaiah.
Revanth Reddy recent comments on chargesheet made the issue viral and though Telangana officials might be cornered. But Anglo-Indian nominated MLA Elvis Stephenson stated that, all the accused acted with the authorization of Naidu, and the chargesheet is mainly dependant on these statements.
One of the officials, who is investigating the cash for vote case sent a notice to Matthaiah. In return, the latter replied through a phone message on June 2, which read: “Sorry Sir, TD people advised to switch off my mobile. I will call u morning pls. excuse because I have to look over my future bail expenses pls sir @ Jerusalem (sic).”
Cash for vote scam: ACB issues notices to DK’s son
Former MP late D Audikesavulu Naidu’s son and businessman Srinivasulu Naidu are called for ACB investigation, about the cash for vote scam.
Cash for vote scam: AP CID counter attack on Telangana officials
On the other hand, even Andhra Pradesh Crime Investigation Department (APCID) officials are trying to corner Telangana officials in the case. Regarding this, the officials sent notices to Telangana minister KT Rama Rao’s gunman and driver to attend investigation agency. But, neither Telangana Intelligence Security Wing (ISW) nor KTR replied to APCID.
So the further reaction of APCID on Telangana officials is yet to be known.