Naidu has Patent for Graft: Botcha

PCC chief takes exception to Telugu Desam chief alleging that Cong president Sonia Gandhi encouraging corruption in the country

Published: 31st December 2013 09:13 AM  |   Last Updated: 31st December 2013 09:13 AM   |  A+A-

Botcha.jpgTaking exception to TDP chief N Chandrababu Naidu alleging that AICC supremo Sonia Gandhi is encouraging corruption in the country, PCC president Botcha Satyanarayana said Naidu was the embodiment of corruption and had got ‘patent rights’ for graft.

Speaking to mediapersons at Gandhi Bhavan here on Monday, the PCC boss said Naidu had no right to speak about corruption as “he is the person who has institutionalised dishonest dealings and unscrupulous practices in the state”.

Stating that Naidu talking against corruption is like “ghosts chanting Vedas”, Botcha further said Naidu’s whose wealth had grown from a merely 2 acres of land to `2,000 crore during his political career, and it was absurd that is now speaking on corruption.

Recalling that Naidu had got a stay order from court when a probe was initiated into his wealth, Botcha wanted to know why the TDP boss had approached the court at that time to stay the investigation if he was really honest and never indulged in corrupt practices.


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