Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy made another sensational decision. The YCP government has ordered an inquiry into the decisions taken by the state government after the partition of Andhra Pradesh on June 2, 2014 when Nara Chandrababu Naidu was chief minister. The Principal Secretary to the government, Praveen Prakash issued the G.O, a special investigation team (SIT) on Friday night.
SIT special investigation team inquiry G.O rleased.
According to the details .. Cabinet Sub-Committee formation has happened after YS Jaganmohan Reddy became Chief Minister. It was on the decisions taken by Chandrababu after the partition of the state. The projects undertaken, the corporations and corporations. The committee, in its first report, revealed many things. There are various projects, judicial, financial and policy decisions, including insider trading and CRDA in Amravati. There are some manipulations. After inquiring into the matter, the government decided to investigate the irregularities with a special investigation team.
Speaker Tammineni sitaram has adviced so earlier.
State Assembly Speaker Tammeneni Sitaram during a recent assembly session on the irregularities in the TDP government, has advised the government to conduct a comprehensive investigation into the matter. It is said it was decided to form a special investigation team (SIT) after a thorough investigation into the situation.
This SIT is a 10 member body with wide spread special powers.
The SIT will conduct a full-scale investigation, based on a report by the Cabinet Subcommittee. The 10-member SIT team, headed by Intelligence DIG Kolli Raghuramareddi, will investigate these. Babuji Atttada (SP, Visakhapatnam), CH Venkata Appalanayadu (SP-2, Intelligence), Srinivas Reddy (Additional SP, Kadapa), Jayaramaju (DSP, Intelligence), Vijayabhadra (VS) DSP, Intelligence), Kennedy (Inspector, Allure Range), Srinivasan (Inspector, Nellore District), SV Rajasekhar Reddy (Inspector, Guntur) were. It is noteworthy that this SIT is ranging from IPSs to SIs.
SIT had the authority to call and interrogate anyone as part of the investigation. The SIT also has the power to register cases and file charge sheets if there is evidence of corruption. To register them all, it will be notified at a police station. The state government now has wide special powers. Analysts are speculating that the YCP government is trying to put an end to the opposition leader Chandrababu Naidu, who has been fighting against the government recently.