Hyderabad, Oct 16 (UNI) Alleging that TDP President N Chandrababu Naidu had properties worth Rs 4000 crore and Swiss bank accounts, NTR TDP president Lakshmi Parvathi today demanded that the ACB be directed to inquire into the alleged disproportionate properties case against him and he get the High Court's stay vacated.
Talking to newspersons here, Ms Parvathi said she had filed a case against Mr Naidu in the ACB Court in November 2004, for which he obtained a stay order from the High Court as he did not want to face the inquiry.
While appreciating Chief Minister Y S Rajasekhara Reddy's proposal to inquire into his own and his predecessor properties, she demanded that Mr Naidu too should agree for the probe with any sitting judge or retired judge to prove his innocence.
She also demanded similar inquiries on the properties of all the political leaders' after they entered politics.
Ms Parvathi alleged that Tehelka.com in 2001 stated that Mr Naidu was the richest politician in the country with Rs 2000 crore worth properties.
She also alleged that Mr Naidu had purchased 120 acres of land under fictitious names at Madhaur, 400 acres in Nellore district, 45 acres in Mysore Road and 100 acres at Gopalpur in Orissa. The TDP supremo had a hotel in Singapore and a shopping mall in Malaysia, she added.
Ms Parvathi said she had already written a letter to the Centre to inquire into Mr Naidu's frequent visits to Switzerland. If the Government seeks her help, she would submit all documentary evidences on the properties acquired by Mr Naidu after he entered politics with only two acres of land belonging to his father in 1978, she added.