YSRC objects to TDP remarks: July 24, 2012

Hyderabad, July 24: Taking strong objection to TDP remarks about Supreme Court rejecting the petition filed by YS Vijayamma against N Chandrababu Naidu and others in disproportionate assets case, YSRC has said that TDP was trying to take political advantage out of the apex court ruling.

“It is trying to distort facts and attribute what the court has not said and slipping up what it was categorical about and twisting the facts to show YSRC in poor light and covering up its goof-ups,” party spokesperson Vasireddy Padma told reporters here on Tuesday.

The main opposition party has ignored the Courts’ remark that the issue can be taken up at an appropriate and concerned authoritty and has it never mentioned that N Chandrababu Naidu was given a clean chit.

Ridiculing TDP politburo member Y Ramakrishnudu’s remarks that there is no term like “clean chit” in legal parlance, she said, “In fact the term was coined by TDP itself and every time Naidu manages to go free, uses it indiscriminately as a cover-up operation,” she said adding that the charges against Naidu and his coterie continues to remain and they are not absolved of them.Rebutting the charges Ramakrishnudu, that 26 cases were foisted against N Chandrababu Naidu but nothing could be proved as they were dismissed, she said, “Naidu never stood trial in any case and always took refuge under some provision or the other. Should he volunteer for a probe into the wealth he has amassed, as charged by YS Vijayamma, facts will roll out.”

YSRC need not apologize for the cases, it is TDP and the leader who owes an apology to people as they have been breaching their trust time and again.

Cases of economic offences were registered against various leaders including Mulayam Singh Yadav (SP), Jayalalithaa (AIADMK), Mayawathi (BSP) and YS Jagan Mohan Reddy (YSRC). Naidu has never been on trial and the allegations of his amassing of wealth during his tenure as Chief Minister needs to be clarified more explicitly, she said.

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