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Kapu Leader Accuses Chandrababu Of Phone Tapping

Kapu Leader Accuses Chandrababu Of Phone Tapping

Kakinada: Senior Kapu leader Mudragada Padmanabham has alleged that the state government is taking to illicit methods and trying to snoop on his private space.

According to Mudragada, his phone calls are being allegedly tapped by the government.

He told reporters on Friday at his residence at Kirlampudi village in East Godavari District of Andhra Pradesh that Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu is trying to cheat him and evade his earlier promise of inclusion of the Kapu community in the BC list.

Throwing light on how the Chief Minister had created a hue and cry over the issue of his phone being tapped for dubious purposes, he said that the minister is resorting to similar practices in order to defeat his political opponents.

Padmanabham will again launch indefinite hunger strike from March 11 at his residence, demanding inclusion of Kapu caste in BC list and sanctioning loans for the community people under Kapu Development Corporation without showing any discrimination.

A protest was launched on similar lines on January 31 by Mudragada. It took an ugly turn as protesters took to violence and wreaked havoc; they took to vandalism and even burnt a train and two police stations.

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