YSR Congress boss Jagan Mohan Reddy on Monday said he was a "fair man" till the passing of his dad YS Rajasekhara Reddy, demonstrating that his split with the Congress after his dad's demise was the motivation behind why he was blamed in handfuls for debasement cases.
In light of an inquiry on the pending defilement bodies of evidence recorded against him over the previous decade, Mr Reddy told NDTV, "I was a noteworthy man until the point that my dad was alive, my dad was additionally a fair man until the point that he was alive as the main pastor of Andhra Pradesh".
Mr Reddy split far from the Congress and shaped his own gathering in 2009 after his dad, at that point Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, passed on in a helicopter crash. He said the cases, documented when the Congress-drove UPA was in control at the Center, were "politically inspired". The candidates, he stated, were "Congress and TDP lawmakers".
Mr Reddy was addressing NDTV amid a foot walk to request "unique status" for Andhra Pradesh - something he guarantees Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu - a NDA partner - has neglected to convey.
A week ago, Mr Naidu's decision Telugu Desam Party or TDP hauled its two clergymen out of the focal government over the "uncommon status" request.
The union with NDA had been conveyed to the verge after Union Minister Arun Jaitley turned down the request refering to that the plan was rejected by the fourteenth Finance Commission for all states aside from those in upper east and the slope states.
While Mr Naidu undermined to haul out of the NDA, the respite since has pushed faultfinders to state that the pull of war with the Center over the extraordinary class request was an activity in optics implied for voters in the state, since Jagan Mohan Reddy is being viewed as advocating the reason. Mr Reddy has been vocal on the issue and has even challenged Mr Naidu to haul out of the NDA in the event that he was genuine about the request.
The decision TDP has claimed that Mr Reddy's unsettling for unique status is at the command of the BJP, in return for focal laxity on the bodies of evidence against him.
Uncommon status involves a large group of monetary advantages and focal awards, which is given to hindered states. It was guaranteed to Andhra Pradesh by then UPA government when Telangana was cut out in 2014, leaving the state in profound income deficiency.
Mr Reddy, once one of the most extravagant legislators had unveiled resources worth Rs. 416 crore. Be that as it may, after the passing of his dad, he was named in various defilement cases. He has been blamed for putting weight on people and firms to put crores in his organizations as a "compensation" for favors presented on them somewhere in the range of 2004 and 2009, when his dad was the Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh.
Mr Reddy disclosed to NDTV that the Center was going delicate on Mr Naidu, who, he claims, is involved in defilement. "We have a CM who is unmitigatedly engaged with debasement in Andhra. Nothing is saved by him - from sand to mud to alcohol to power and coal. His solitary exclusion is that the focal government interface he has", he said.
As additional verification to refute cases of a private cabin manage the BJP, Mr Reddy says he is resolved to proceed with a no-certainty movement against the middle in the progressing session of parliament, in challenge the refusal to concede uncommon status to Andhra Pradesh.
"I have given my MPs a final offer," he said.