Chandra babu Naidu wrote to A P DGP seeking details cases filed against him since 2019


Telugu Desam Party chief N Chandrababu Naidu on Tuesday wrote to Andhra Pradesh's Director General of Police (DGP) seeking details about the cases filed against him across the state since 2019.

As per the Representation of the People Act, all the candidates contesting polls must share the details of cases pending against them in the election affidavit filed during nomination.

In a letter to the DGP and marking copies to all the district superintendents of police, APCID, the Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) and the Chief Election Commissioner, the former Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister said that several cases had been "foisted against him" in various police stations and by many agencies in the state.

"Several cases have been foisted against me with various police stations and by different agencies in the state for fighting against the anti-people policies of the incumbent government and to protect or uphold the rights of the people," Chandrababu Naidu said in the letter.

In his letter, Naidu appealed to the DGP to provide the list of the cases filed against him since January 2019 by various agencies while discharging his functions as MLA, former Chief Minister and Leader of the Opposition, which would enable him to contest in the upcoming Lok Sabha polls.

Several cases have been registered against the former Chief Minister by different investigating agencies. 

Naidu was arrested on September 9 last year for allegedly misappropriating funds from the Andhra Pradesh State Skill Development Corporation when he was the chief minister in 2015, causing a purported loss of Rs 371 crore to the state exchequer

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