YSR Congress party leader and Rajya Sabha member V Vijay Sai Reddy on Wednesday reiterated his allegation that Telugu Desam Party president and Andhra Pradesh chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu had plundered the wealth of Tirumala temple.
“Once the YSR Congress party comes to power, we shall dig out his house and unearth the ill-gotten money from underground trenches,” Sai Reddy said, reacting to the reports of the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams serving a notice on him seeking an explanation for his allegations of irregularities in Tirumala and charges against Naidu.
Sai Reddy said he would face all such notices legally but said he was committed to his allegations that the missing jewellery and wealth dug out from the temple kitchen were stashed in the bedroom of Naidu.
“First of all, the TTD has no authority to serve notices on me. The government should order a CBI inquiry into the allegations and I will produce all the evidences before the agency. But there is no need to give any explanation to the TTD,” the YSRC leader said.
He said he was ready to prove his charges against the chief minister.
“If I can’t prove it, I will quit politics. Naidu should be prepared to face the inquiry. He is the most corrupt and worst chief minister the state had ever seen,” Sai Reddy said.