Naidu alleges : AP CM’s relative grabbed lands of Muslim family

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Vijayawada, Sep 11 : Telugu Desam Party National President and former Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu on Saturday expressed concern that the common people of Andhra Pradesh had become victims of attacks and settlements on a daily basis ever since the YSRCP Government came to power in the state.

Mr. Naidu said that there were ‘alarming reports’ of how a relative of Chief Minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy grabbed the lands of a minority person named Akbar Bhasha in Kadapa district.

Mr Reddy’s relative Tirupal Reddy was stated to have encroached lands of Muslim family at Mydukur in Chief Minister’s own district, he alleged.

In a statement here, the TDP Chief condemned the manner in which some police officers were ignoring their khaki duty but getting involved in the civil settlements in the State these days.

It was atrocious that a Circle Inspector, who was loyal to YSRCP leader Tirupal Reddy, had threatened and forced Akbar Bhasha to sit in the police station. During this time, the land grabbers sowed saplings and started cultivation illegally in Akbar’s lands.

The former Chief Minister termed it as a greater offence on the part of the CI to threaten to encounter the Minority person who was the actual victim.

Who would rescue the common man when the police were resorting to threats instead of providing justice as per the law?

Mr. Naidu shared videos of Akbar Bhasha’s family who spoke of committing suicide in two days if the Chief Minister did not do justice to them.

Meanwhile, in a separate statement, TDP National General Secretary and MLC Nara Lokesh asked how the Chief Minister would be able to protect the rights of people in the rest of the State when he could not ensure security to the lands of his own party activist in his own native Kadapa district.


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