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TDP putting spokes in irrigation project: CLP

Written by: Staff

Hyderabad, Mar 11 (UNI) The Congress Legislature Party (CLP) today claimed that Former Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu was trying to stall projects beneficial to the backward Telangana region with ''fake papers''.

Irked by the TDP President's claim that he had ''original estimates'' of the Sripadasagar Project, which has been figuring in the state Assembly since March 2, CLP Secretary E Pratab Reddy, and Government whips S Udhayabhanu and Sridhar Babu sarcastically said ''everthing associated with Mr Naidu was fake and he is eligible for an entry into the Guinness Book of world records on this count''.

He was living in a make-believe world that he continued to be the Chief Minister and had made part of the 'NTR Bhavan' an imaginary ''secretariat'', they charged.

They said they had no objection if he thought so. But he should not create hurdles for the Sidpadasagar project, they added.

Pointing out at the TDP legislator Rajendra Pratab Bhanjdeo's disqualification for filing a false affidavit, they alleged that the Election Commission had removed fake names in the voters list during 2004.

The TDP had filed a false complaint before the National Human Rights Commission on the death of tribals in Visakhapatnam district, they claimed.

Making a reference to the arrest of former TDP minister Krishna Yadav in connection with the fake stamp paper scam, they alleged that the list of names of MLAs submitted to the then Governor when Mr Naidu dethroned TDP founder N T Rama Rao, had fake signatures of some MLAs.

Recalling Mr Naidu's association with fake Euro lottery winner Kola Krishnamohan, they also alleged that fake ornaments were kept in the famous Kanaka Durga temple in Vijayawada after the original ornaments were stolen during the then TDP regime.


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