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Lok Satta Party for special court to deal YSR and CBN assets row
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Lok Satta Party for special court to deal YSR and CBN assets row

Favors confiscation of properties if charges are true

Hyderabad, October 16, 2007

The Lok Satta Party on Tuesday asked the State Government to establish a special court and request the High Court to appoint an advocate with impeccable credentials as special public prosecutor to inquire in the allegations of graft charges on the Chief Minster, Dr. YS Rajasekhara Reddy and N Chandrababu Naidu on each other.

The Lok Satta Party said that the assets of both the leaders should be confiscated by the Government as recommended by former chairman of Law Commission retired Justice BP Jeevan Reddy, if the inquiry confirmed the charges as holding properties disproportionate to known sources of income by public servants.

Speaking to media, the leader of Lok Satta Party, Jaya Prakash Narayan, Dharma Reddy and B Satyanarayana said that if the Government failed to concede their demand, they would explore other options including seeking legal recourse. They commented that the allegations levied are not personal and the leaders own responsibility for their statements. They also asked the Government to frame rules and guidelines for the Benami transactions (Prohibition) Act which was enacted by Parliament in 1988. As December 9 will be observed as Anti Corruption Day all over the world, the Lok Satta Party will organize several functions on that day and felicitate those who fought against graft during their lifetime.

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