Naidu asks Prez to dismiss AP govt

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Hyderabad/New Delhi: Telugu Desam chief Chandrababu Naidu on Monday said that he would not rest till all tainted ministers are removed from the Kiran Kumar Reddy government in the state.
Addressing the media after calling on President Pranab Mukherjee to request him to direct the authorities to act in the matter he said, “ I will not rest until I succeed in my mission.”
Training his guns on late chief minister Y.S. Rajasekhar Reddy (YSR) the TD president said YSR led the most corrupt Cabinet in the history of the state. Accusing the late chief minister and his son and Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy of being hand-in-glove with the mining mafia, he said that they (mafia) not only changed the fate of AP, but also its boundary.
“They (mafia) not only changed the fate of AP, but also its boundary with Karnataka,” he said. Charging Jagan Mohan Reddy and his associates of committing “white collar” crimes, he said that the state lost Rs 43,000 crore on account of that. He further said that the CBI, which is investigating the disproportionate assets case, has made all the allegations and that he was only pointing to it.
Kanna Lakshmaiah, Dr J. Geetha Reddy and Ponnala Lakshmaiah are the three other ministers, who have been issued notices by the Supreme Court in the 26 controversial government orders’ case.
Naidu also said that the Kadapa MP diverted money to his own companies and one among them was a media group through which he told stories against Opposition leaders.
Ministers Sabita Indra Reddy and Dharmana Prasad Rao have tendered their resignations. Mopidevi Ramanna is already behind the bars in the Vanpic case.
Kanna Lakshmaiah, Dr J. Geetha Reddy and Ponnala Lakshmaiah are the three other ministers, who have been issued notices by the Supreme Court in the 26 controversial government orders’case.
Naidu also alleged that his efforts to compel Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh to act against corrupt ministers, in the past has not been of any avail.

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