Telangana Minister for IT and Panchayat Raj K.T. Rama Rao, the son of Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao, has rubbished the charges of telephone tapping being leveled against Telangana Government by TDP leaders and termed an endeavor to conceal the degenerate legislative issues of Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu.
He tried to know why Mr. Naidu was keeping up quiet on the issue of his party’s Deputy Floor Leader in Telangana Assembly A. Revanth Reddy being caught in the act while endeavoring to reward an assigned MLA, Elvis Stephenson, looking for his backing to TDP competitor in the as of late held decisions to six Legislative Council seats.
Expressing that the affirmations of telephone tapping were unjustifiable, Mr. Rama Rao said it was an endeavor by TDP to spare Mr. Naidu. “In the event that Mr. Naidu has any proof or evidence on tapping of his telephone, he can turn out with it straightforwardly and tell people the certainties as opposed to talking noticeable all around”, he asked while conversing with newspersons here on Monday.
“On the off chance that Mr. Naidu accepts that the voice in the Audio tapes was not that of his, then why the TDP leaders are making charges of telephone tapping. Be firm on what you accept”, he proposed Mr. Naidu and other TDP pioneers.
The Telangana Minister censured the endeavors being made to venture the money for-vote scene as an issue between the populace of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana and said it was only political and good stooping down to most reduced ebb. He trusted that the populace of Andhra Pradesh were sufficiently insightful to markdown and restrict such endeavors as the issue was between a few people occupied with rehearsing degenerate governmental issues and those contradicting it.