The government of Andhra asks the Naidu family to vacate buildings

New Delhi: It is reported that the government of Andhra Pradesh has asked former Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu and his family to vacate the apartments.
According to the demolition report of the development agency of the Capital Region Andhra Pradesh (APCRDA), Naidu must be free or answer within seven days.
Prime Minister Jagan Mohan Reddy is reportedly planning to demolish all illegal structures on the banks of the Krishna River.
The reports say that a note has been posted on the wall of Naidu’s sprawling bungalow overlooking the scenic river.
The announcement said that the property was built on six acres with a reinforced concrete ground floor, a swimming pool, a helipad, a residence on the first floor, and 10 makeshift sheds just 100 meters from the river and without permission.
Shortly after the demolition of “Praja Vedika” the announcement comes closer. Naidu had written to the new Chief minister on June 4 to keep the room.

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