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Nadendla for probe into Naidu's assets

By Our Special Correspondent

HYDERABAD, APRIL 12. The former Chief Minister, Nadendla Bhaskara Rao, has demanded an enquiry into the "acquisition of assets and wealth" by the Chief Minister, N. Chandrababu Naidu, from his days as an MLA, till date.

Addressing a press conference, Mr. Rao charged Mr. Naidu with "amassing wealth" and turning governance and politics into business. In the process, he transformed the Government itself into a "sick industry," leaving the finances in a mess and corruption at its peak. "But he prospered in every respect and only a comprehensive enquiry will bring out all the facts."

Mr. Rao expressed surprise at the way the Chief Electoral Officer here and the Election Commission in Delhi, were not initiating any action against the Telugu Desam for carrying "scurrilous advertisements" against the Congress in Telugu TV channels. He said the Rs 3,000 crores worth rice allotted to the State under the Food For Work programme had only helped the Telugu Desam workers "make money," yet the NDA Government was not taking any action.

Meanwhile, Krishnamurthy, All India Congress Committee Observer, announced the constitution of a 72-member Pradesh Congress Committee Election Campaign Committee, with Dasari Narayana Rao as Chairman. It has six vice chairmen, six co-ordinators and 60 members.

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