Phone tapping wrong, says KCR

HY25TEL4_1966283fChief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, who met the Governor E S L Narasimhan informed that the phone tapping allegations made by AP Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu were wrong and that it was intended to demolish the TRS government.

Further, Rao clarified that they had full proof in the note for vote case and they would move forward. He also clarified that there was no  law and order problem in the city and he was opposed to Section 8 at any cost.

Rao met the Governor after he received an invitation from Raj Bhavan. Both discussed for one and a half hours. Currently this has evoked a big discussion in the political circles particularly after the Governor returned from New Delhi.

KCR is believed to have handed over the audio report received from the forensic laboratory to the Governor. He is also said to have informed about the entire ACB investigation to the Governor.

On the other Governor also discussed his Delhi tour and meetings with the prime minister and home minister with KCR, according to indications. There is also a hot discussion on Nadiu complaining to the Prime minister and home minister against KCR.

Further, the opinion of the Centre on Chandrababu affair is also under discussion.  Naidu and Governor went to Delhi at the same time. Naidu has complained to the pm and home minister against KCR and requested the Centre to probe the phone tapping.

Governor and KCR are understood to have discussed in detail the whole issue. Further according to information, KCR informed that they had proof about the note for vote case and so they would book a case and send notices to Naidu.

KCR is also believed to have informed the Governor that Section 8 need not be implemented as the settlers faced no problems during the past one year.

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