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YSR leaves assets probe to Naidu

Cautions not to cross Lakshman Rekaha

Hyderabad, October 15, 2007

The Chief Minister, Dr. YS Rajasekhara Reddy tossed the the ball into the court of TDP President N Chandrababu Naidu on the question whether a sitting or a retired judge should be appointed to inquire into the respective wealth. The Chief Minister ruled out a probe by a sitting judge citing a recent Apex Court judgment that states that no sitting judge be spared for commissions except in rarest of the rare cases involving paramount national interest and the message conveyed by the High Court regarding paucity of Judges.

At a press conference on Monday, Dr YS Rajasekhara Reddy ruled out a probe by a sitting judge. The Chief Minister said that it was expected that Chandrababu Naidu would gracefully accept the probe following his recent assertion at Warangal and further cautioned not to cross 'Lakshmana Rekha' or else people will loose respect for democracy. He quoted the double standards of Naidu saying that he initially expressed willingness for any kind of probe but subsequently insisted on probe by a sitting judge.

YSR termed Naidu as a 'machiavellian character' commenting the reckless allegations were devoid of truth and decided to order a probe to call the bluff of Chandrababu Naidu who incidentally amassed huge wealth. He added that whether there would be any inquiry at all, it depends on Chandrababu Naidu's response.

Andhra Pradesh on October 15, 2007

YSR leaves assets probe to Naidu
Cautions not to cross Lakshman Rekaha

State Government to stand guarantee for 600 stranded in UAE
Government to depose an amount equal to the expenditure

Chandrababu Naidu seeks MSP on par with wheat
Launches Yeruwaka program in East Godavari

Minister Janareddy to tour Guntur on October 17
To take part in various works in the district

Two killed and three severely injured in road accident in Anantapur
Seven other injured

APSRTC to ply special buses for Sabarimala yatra
Announces special package and reservation from Tuesday

Police stops CPI bid to raid godowns
Tension prevails when agitators tried to barge into the barricades

Police commissioner orders wearing of identity cards must for policemen on duty
Urges public to insist for identity cards when policemen approaches

Three crushed to death in road accident
Pilgrim and two coolies dies on the spot

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