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Data Theft Case: KTR Slams Naidu For Complaining

He sought to know why the AP CM was fearing anything in the issue if he was indeed as clean as he claimed.
Hyderabad | 5th March 2019
TRS working president K T Rama Rao today found fault with the Andhra Pradesh government for its "hostile" attitude in the IT Grids issue.

The AP government had failed to safeguard the interests of its people by leaking their data, and Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu was now lashing out at the Telangana government instead after first being guilty of a grave mistake himself, in a classic case of "ulta chor kotwal ko dante", KTR said in a tweet.

He said that Chandrababu Naidu had indulged in the data transfer crime only to help his party in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, and was now attempting to sully the "clean image" of the TRS government.

He sought to know why Naidu was fearing anything in the issue if he was indeed as clean as he claimed, moving court and involving the AP police in the issue taken up by Telangana police based on a complaint. Naidu's actions showed that he was indeed culpable in the case, KTR claimed.
filed in:  Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, IT Grids, K T Rama Rao, Crime, Andhra Pradesh Crime, IT Grids, Chandrababu Naidu
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Raj Boda on 9th Mar 2019, 5:48pm | Permalink
KTR is a luchcha just like his father. Both were very silent on the 'missing votes' in telangana in the recent elections and there wasn't even an hint of enquiry on the same. But now they are making a very big fuss over the same in the neighboring state, which is utterly ludicrous. Elections commission chief himself has admitted that some 30 lakhs votes were missing in Telangana but the buffoon government of TRS has completely ignored the issue and they didn't bother to explain how so many votes were removed....
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