In an interesting turn of events, Telugu Desam Party has written to IIM Ahmedabad to study how the present Andhra Pradesh chief minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy amassed wealth through corrupt practices.
On November 23, TDP Andhra Pradesh president K Kala Venkata Rao wrote a letter to Professor Sundaravalli Narayanaswamy of IIM (A) in this regard.
On November 21, IIM (A) inked an agreement with the government of Andhra Pradesh to study corrupt practices in higher places. Welcoming the agreement, TDP, the opposition party in the state, suggested IIM (A) study about the corrupt practices the present chief minister had adopted to amass wealth.
“Jaganmohan Reddy during his father’s tenure as Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh during 2004-09 has amassed around Rs 43,000 crore wealth through quid pro quo and corrupt practices. At present in Andhra Pradesh, there appears to be corruption in sand, mining, transport, liquor etc. A study would throw more light with regard to corruption in governance,” Venkata Rao wrote.
The TDP president also mentioned in his letter that Jagan is facing 11 cases in CBI court. He alleged that corruption is rampant in the present government led by Jagan. He further wrote that Jagan’s corruption is a case study to understand corruption in governance.
Source: ANIPosted in News, States