YS Jagan Seeks CBI Probe Into Defections

New Delhi, April 27: A part of the Save
Democracy campaign in the capital YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has said that CBI
inquiry should begin with the source of money received by the defectors which
will bring out the entire corruption charges against Chandrababu Naidu to the

‘If CBI asks the defected MLAs about the
money they received for switching over that will be the starting point of the
inquiry. There are 31 scams in the 24 months of TDP coming to power and the
total amount amassed by Chandrababu Naidu runs into 1.34 lakh crores,’ YS Jagan
Mohan Reddy told ANI here on Wednesday.

Of the 31 scams, he explained the
Capital city scam which is nothing short of insider trading and breach of oath
of secrecy, he said ;’ Chandrababu Naidu has prior knowledge of the location of
capital city which was passed on to his coterie who purchased land in large
extents. The deals were done between May 2014 after he was sworn-in as Chief
Minister and December when the actual location of the capital city was

Even after that, the lands bought by his
coterie were put in commercial zones while others were put in agri-zone which
has put farmers in a disadvantageous position,’ he said.

We have published a book Emperor of
Corruption in which we have published 31 scams with evidence including the
relevant GOs other document copies, he said.

 It is with this ill-gotten wealth that
the TDP is poaching our turf and democracy is being mocked by TDP which every
person should question, he said.

 Chandrababu Naidu was caught red-handed
in Telangana state while trying to bribe an MLA during the MLC elections and it
is an old habit that he has been continuing in Andhra Pradesh as well.

 The difference of votes polled between
our Party and TDP is very thin and the ruling party resorting to buying of MLAs
with Rs 20 to Rs 30 crores is undemocratic, he said.

YS Jagan Mohan Reddy along with his
party leaders has been meeting national party leaders and explaining the
situation in the state and distributing the book Emperor of Corruption to the
leaders, government agencies and other concerned, he said.

After meeting Union Home Minister
Rajnath Singh, Sharad Pawar(NCP), Sitaram Yechury (CPM) and others yesterday,
he had met Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and other national leaders


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