Hyderabad, Feb 11: After the Uttar Pradesh's Assembly pandemonium on Tuesday, Feb 10, it is Andhra Pradesh's assemby for pandemonium. On Wednesday, Feb 11, a major row sparked off between the Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh and opposition leader, TDP's Chandra Babu Naidu.
YSR lashed out at Chandrababu Naidu for casting aspersions on his character and accusing him and his family for being involved in Satyam scandal and being close to Ex-CEO of Satyam, Ramalinga Raju. The CM said that there was nothing amiss in the companies run by his son, Y S Jagmohan Reddy and challenged Chandrababu Naidu to lodge complaint against them if he finds any fault.
In retaliation, YSR alleged that Heritage Foods of Naidu's family, sold Rs 60 crore worth of land for a mere Rs 3 crore to a subsidiary Heritage Infra, thereby causing heavy loss to the shareholders.
Following these counter attacks, pandemonium broke out in the assembly and the assembly was adjourned twice. Assembly Affairs Minister Rosaiah introduced motion of suspension of opposition members.
Following which, Speaker Suresh Reddy suspended 55 members. Members denied to leave the house and marshals had to pull the members out of house. In the bargain, one TDP MLA P Keshav was injured.
Speaking about his son's company, YSR said, "If there is anything wrong, you can approach the proper agencies with your complaint". What's wrong in it? If shares of Sakshi newspaper, floated by Jagan were sold at a higher price than the face value," he added.
OneIndia News (With inputs from Agencies)