ED attachment orders show Cong-TDP nexus: Vijayamma
Vijayamma alleged that the Congress-TDP nexus has come to the fore with the ED orders to attach Jagan's properties.
Hyderabad: YSR Congress Party's Y S Vijayamma on Thursday night alleged that the Congress-TDP nexus has come to the fore with the Enforcement Directorate issuing orders attaching the assets of Sakshi media house. The move came on the eve of YSR Congress Party chief Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy's bail petition coming up for hearing in the Supreme Court, she said.
"The ED order says that the two companies have benefited to a tune of Rs 22 crore and have invested Rs 29 crore in the Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy's company. How someone can invest more than what they have benefited is beyond reasonable comprehension?" Vijayamma, along with her daughter Sharmila, asked. The amount invested by the two companies in Sakshi are in the form of shares like many others who have invested and there could be nothing illegal about it, she said.
"The nexus between the two parties (Congress and TDP) has come into the open and it has shown the shallowness of their political agenda and the level to which they can stoop to thwart the growth of Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy and YSRCP. But we
are confident that such mind games will not influence the judiciary and Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy will come out unscathed and lead the party," she said.
The ED on Thursday issued attachment orders on properties worth Rs 51 crore in its money laundering probe against Jagan Mohan Reddy and his associates.
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