Jagan-Naidu ongoing saga : Naidu asked to vacate his residence
The Andhra Pradesh government sent a notice to former Chief Minister of the state N Chandrababu Naidu to vacate his Amaravati residence. The grounds to sent such notice is, building construction is illegal. Naidu is a tenant at Krishna riverside residence which is owned by real estate giant Lingamaneni Estates Pvt. Ltd.
This notice just came after the government building 'PrajaVedika' on the Krishna riverbed at Undavalli in Amaravati was demolished by Andhra Pradesh Capital Region Development Authority. The Chief Minister declared this building as illegal construction in a two-day Collectors’ meet on Monday and Tuesday.
He said, after demolishing this structure, a strong message would go to all such illegal constructions. Praha Vedika is adjacent to Naidu’s leased residence. Naidu had an idea that he would be asked to vacate soon, Telugu Desam Party (TDP) leaders have already started looking for alternative accommodation for him.
The rivalry between the current and the former chief minister ongoing. Earlier this week, Naidu family was deprived of Z+ security which they were enjoying since 2003.