Minister Adinarayana Reddy has rubbished and condemned reports about his involvement in YS Vivekananda Reddy's sudden death. As these rumours reached Adinarayana Reddy, he immediately called on the media and condoled the passing away of Vivekanand. Then he spoke about the information he has.
"My regards to the family members of Vivekananda and as demanded by YSR Congress party, the government is ready for a complete investigation in his death mystery. Few newspapers and media houses are deliberately targeting me when I have nothing to do with Vivekanand's death. Taking advantage of this, YSRCP leaders are indulging in cheap politics," said Adinarayana Reddy.
The minister also said, "YSRCP is unable to face me, Chandrababu and Nara Lokesh in Pulivendula and it's an open secret that there is severe competition for ticket between Avinash Reddy and Vivekananda Reddy. As Jagan preferred Avinash, we are saying that injustice is being met to Vivekananda Reddy. In the past YSRCP leaders made similar allegations when Jagan was attacked. Why everything is getting pointed at me."
SIT probe ordered on Vivekananda's death mystery
Andhra Pradesh chief minister Chandrababu Naidu has ordered for a 'Special Investigation Team' probe on the sudden demise of YS Vivekananda Reddy. Post his death, reports have been making headlines that wounds are detected on Vivekananda's body and Kadapa MP has demanded for a thorough probe.
As and when Chandrababu got to know about these suspicious things, he called on DGP, Intelligence officials and police personnel of Kadapa police department. He had a word with all of them and ordered for a SIT enquiry. Chandrababu also directed the officials to make sure the probe is transparent and not to leave the culprits if it is suspicious and nab the criminals immediately.
Later the AP CM recalled his association with Vivekananda and said he did a lot of work as MLA, MLC and MP. He expressed his deep sympathies to YS family members.