KCR exposes details of Chandrababu Naidu’s ‘benami’ assets

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K Chandrasekhar Rao
Hyderabad, Feb 28: K Chandrasekhar Rao, Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) president, on Monday demanded that an enquiry be made into the alleged benami assets of N Chandrababu Naidu, Telugu Desam Party chief, which he claimed was about 320 acres of land in Nindali village, Nellore.

According to KCR, the lands were transferred to the names of Naidu's sisters, his son including the TDP leader himself, after he became the chief minister in 1995.

He further said that a government enquiry into Naidu's benami assets would bring out the truth, whom he called the "benami king". According to Rao, the lands were in the names of his sisters, sisters-in-law, sister's son-in-law and so on. He further accused Naidu of grabbing 17 acres of land belonging to girijans and dalits.

"Strangely, Naidu makes a gift of 7.1 acres to son Lokesh who, incidentally, gifts another parcel of land (6.36 acres) to Naidu. On the same day, August 25, 2001, another chunk of land (13.91 acres) is registered in the name of Naidu's sister," he said.

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