After Liquor Scam, CID Registers Sand Case Against CBN?
After receiving a complaint against the alleged irregularities, a case has been filed and the former Chief Minister is named as Accused number two in this.By: Tupaki Desk | 2 Nov 2023 12:22 PM GMT
The Andhra Pradesh Crime Investigation Department(CID) wing has become a sensation not only in the state but outside the state as well with its work. The agency is dealing with some of the sensational and much-talked-about cases in the state. The CID kept everyone talking about its new decision.
As per the information, CID slapped another case against Chandrababu Naidu and named him A2 in the case. After receiving a complaint against the alleged irregularities, a case has been filed and the former Chief Minister is named as Accused number two in this.
Reports say that a case was filed by the CID on the sand irregularities during the Telugu Desam Party regime. It is said that the complaint was made by the state government-owned PSU A.P. Mineral Development Corporation Limited (APMDC) against the previous government.
The PSU reportedly said that the irregularities had caused losses to the government's treasury and following this, the case was registered by the CID. Four people including Chandrababu Naidu were mentioned as the accused in the case.
Former Minister Peethala Sujatha, Ex-Minister of Women Empowerment is A1 in the case, Chandrababu Naidu A2, former AP WHIP Chintamaneni Prabhakar is A3 and Former Minister for Irrigation Devineni Uma Maheswara Rao is A4 in the case.
This is a new blow to the TDP boss as a fresh case was filed a few days back by the CID. A case was filed on the alleged liquor scam on the allegations of granting permission to liquor families illegally.
It is known that Chandrababu Naidu was released from jail on health grounds for four weeks. Spoiling the mood, fresh cases are being registered against the Telugu Desam Pary supremo. We heard that Telangana Police filed a case against Chandrababu Naidu and others for carrying out a rally in Hyderabad. Now CID came up with a new case.