Have evidence to prove Jagan-KCR nexus with Modi: Telugu Desam Party

The Telugu Desam Party (TDP) announced that it has evidence, showing that YSRCP Chief Y.S. Jaganmohan Reddy had an understanding with Prime Minister Narendra Modi only to avoid investigation in the Enforcement Directorate (ED) case. 
The party said that former ED director Karnal Singh had written a letter to the CBI stating that there is vital evidence regarding the Hinduja case and asked the sleuths to take action against the guilty. Though the letter was written two years ago, the Centre remained nonchalant so far raising suspicions. Recently, that letter came to light. 
The letter stated that during former AP Chief Minister Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy’s rule, 100 acres was given to Hinduja Group and of that, 11 acres was given by Hinduja to Jagan’s shell companies. There are evidences to prove the ‘quid pro quo’ transactions between YSR and the Hinduja Group and further investigation would bring out more truths to light, the letter said.
The TDP alleged that the letter had been buried by the Centre due to secret pact between Jagan and Modi. It also alleged that YSRCP leader Vijay Sai Reddy went to the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) for the secret pact after the letter was written by the ED in 2017.
The party also questioned the TRS government in Telangana as to why it had not taken back the 11 acres given to Jagan’s shell companies. The party leaders said there was no more evidence required to prove that Jagan and KCR were linked with the BJP at the Centre.
Further, the TDP leaders argued that the letter was a sufficient evidence to understand why Jagan’s illegal assets case was not being probed and why KCR was backing Jagan politically ahead of the crucial elections slated for next month.

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