Chandrababu Naidu is gearing up to hit his political rivals exactly where it pains. The state government has decided to reopen the old cases and probe in to all allegations against Congress leaders and ministers, starting from the YS Rajashekar Reddy’s time to Kiran Reddy’s ministry. The state government is also in the process of cancelling permissions and allotments given to various companies for setting up industries in the state which involved several undue favours including quid pro quo deals.
This move will hit many including Leader of Opposition, YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, his chief aide Rami Reddy, APCC ex-Chief Botsa, now president Raghuveera Reddy and others. There were also allegations that former Chief Minister Kiran Kumar Reddy gave free hand to his brother to smuggle valuable Red Sanders in Chittoor district. Naidu has taken severe steps to eradicating the smuggling of the precious timber.
Government’s cancellation of of permissions given to Vanpic project in Guntur and Prakasam districts, Lepakshi Knowledge Hub in Anantapur district and Kineta Power Pvt Ltd in Nellore District will also benefit it with a huge land bank which can be further given to the upcoming industries of the state.