Hyderabad: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Mr.Chandra Babu Naidu has asked the Centre for its intervention in the vote-for-note scandal’s investigation by the Telangana government. Sources claim that, Mr.Naidu was allegedly unhappy with the Telangana government tapping the phone calls of his ministers and MPs, to which he has flown to Delhi, in a bid to complain the same to the central government.
Mr. Chandra Babu Naidu, has already met the Union Home Minister Rajanth Singh and Urban development Minister Venkayya Naidu in this regard and has complained over the stands of the Telangana government. Mr.Naidu is also expected to meet the Prime Minister today, to convey the same.
The Andhra Pradesh government claimed that, the executive powers of the Hyderabad should be with the Governor, since Hyderabad is the joint capital for both the states of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. The AP cabinet has passed a resolution in this regard to the Central government, demanding for the Law and order to be kept under the Governor. The AP cabinet has also alleged that the Governor was not executing his powers in the case of law and orders.
The AP government alleged that the Telangana government has been tapping its minister’s phone calls in the name of the Vote-for-note scandal. The issue has been gradually transforming into a problem between the two states. Accusing the AP government over its politics, Telangana’s Minister for IT sector Mr. KT Roa said ” Telangana government has been investigating into the vote-for-note scandal as per the rules and regulations. The government has nothing to do with the Anti-corruption Bureau’s investigation, The AP government is trying to create it as an issue between the two states”. He further added, ” we have all the evidence to prove that Mr. Naidu was the head behind the Vote-for-note scandal”.
Interestingly, the Leader of opposition in Assembly, of Andhra Pradesh has met the President to take an action on Mr. Nsidu, alleging him as corrupt. While on the other hand, Mr. Naidu has been meeting the ministers of the central government to tackle the Telangana government, The Huffingtonpost reports.