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Releases a five page letter to media addressed to Chandrababu Naidu


Holding the leader of Opposition, N Chandrababu Naidu responsible for the allegations levelled against him by the TDP leaders, Rajya Sabha Member and close aide of late YSR, KVP Ramachandra Rao dared Chandrababu Naidu to prove the allegations against him and his son. He said that he along with his family members are leaving for Dubai on Friday and will stay there for five days and asked Chandrababu Naidu to make efforts to find out about the Sheikh who wanted to arrest him. He further added that he will not take bail and will not return to India till it is proved that he is innocent, he added.

He was speaking to media persons on Tuesday and released a copy of his five page letter addressed to Chandrababu Naidu to media. He lashed out at Chandrababu Naidu for alleging that he and his son were absconding after incurring losses in a business involving one 'Dubai Sheikh' and would be arrested by the Sheikh if he went to Dubai. It may be recalled that after the death of Dr.YS Rajasekhara Reddy, Chandrababu Naidu was targeting him ahead of local body elections. He said the TDP leader would not hesitate to target even children if it furthered his political interests.

Referring to the TDP's allegation that he amassed wealth, he said that he was well off compared to Chandrababu Naidu in 1978 and he said that he had joined the Gulbarga Medical College by paying donation which was more than the total properties owned by Chandrababu Naidu's family then whereas, he had availed student scholarship under the Economically Backward Class category to continue his university studies. As far as his financial back ground is concerned, Chandrababu Naidu within a short span of time became one of the richest political leaders in the world. He said that though he was in politics, he do not want to drag the family members of others into any controversy and therefore he do not want to mention the business and other activities of his son, he added. He further said that he is a sincere worker of Congress and will abide by the orders issued by the Congress president Sonia Gandhi and will go ahead with her blessings, he said.

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