Hyderabad: YSR Congress on Sunday claimed that Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu is constantly on the move fearing notices from the law enforcing agencies over the cash-for-vote case.
Seeking from Naidu answers to three questions on the cash-for-vote issue, YSR Congress leader and party spokesperson Ambati Rambabu sought to know "whether or not the voice recorded in the phone belongs to him, if the Rs 50 lakh bribe has his sanction and if he is the boss, whom MLA (Telangana MLA) A Revanth Reddy has referred to. Unless he answers these simple questions, any other thing he says is only to divert the main issue", Rambabu said, according to a release.
"One significant change seen in the chief minister after the scam broke out, is that he is constantly on the move and this could be due to the fear of getting notices from the law enforcing authorities (Telangana ACB). He has been making unscheduled visits to various projects, and moving about frequently", the YSR Congress leader claimed.
Now he has been raising the issue of Hyderabad as UT, before that it was Section 8 and Chandrababu Naidu's statements are incoherent and irrelevant, the release said quoting Rambabu.