Amaravati, Mar 05: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu always portrays his personal problems as matters of state. The TDP leaders are concerned that the data leakage will prove costly if the Telangana Police Department undertakes a thorough investigation.
The Chief Minister and his son, Nara Lokesh, are trying to portray this as a problem between Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. The case was booked on the IT companies working from Telangana. When a complaint has received that data of AP voters was leaked and misused in Telangana, the police jumped into action and raided IT companies.
The Telangana police were also shocked by the approach of the AP Chief Minister and the IT Minister to support the accused. In addition to defending the accused companies, Nara Lokesh said that this was a Telangana attack on Andhra Pradesh. This is to make the people of Andhra Pradesh more emotional and to get political benefits from this.
Earlier, when Revanth Reddy was caught red-handed, the Telangana government booked AP Chief Minister in the Cash for Vote case. At that time, the Chief Minister went to Andhra Pradesh and said that Telangana was still targeting the AP people.
There are many questions from the Netizens. Some of them asked about TDP's relationship with the accused IT companies.
How can a state dispute arise when an IT company has been caught red-handed in Telangana?
Why the TDP involved in a case in that is is being thoroughly investigated in Telangana?
How will the raids on IT companies in Telangana slow the growth of the IT sector in Andhra Pradesh?
A senior YCP leader said that the Chief Minister is an opportunist, and he always creates and portrays his own problems as state issues.
"When he was afraid of Modi, he gave a call to the people to save him by standing as a wave around him if the centre tries to arrest him," he said.