Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister and Telugu Desam Party (TDP) Chief N Chandrababu Naidu on Saturday alleged that the YSR Congress and Telangana Rashtriya Samiti (TRS) resorted to a mega conspiracy by stealing the data belonging to his party cadre.
"The conspiracy began with the lodging of a complaint to Chief Election Commissioner of India by parliamentarian Vijayasai Reddy on February 19. His complaint was accompanied with the plan of action of YSR Congress party to move further on the data theft case," Naidu said while speaking to media here.
"The Telangana police should have informed the Andhra Police for further action. Questioning the action instead it foisted case on the Andhra Pradesh government in reverse. Telangana Police terrorised the employees of IT company resulting in great loss of TDP data," he added.
Terming the data theft as a "planned conspiracy" Naidu said, "The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), TRS and YSR Congress parties are resorting to attack on Telugu Desam party by complaining to the governor one after another and demanding CBI inquiry."
"As a return gift KCR is planning to establish a government in Andhra Pradesh which is submissive to him," he added.
Earlier, the Hyderabad police had claimed that it has found data related to the state in its investigation into the alleged data theft by IT Grids India Pvt Ltd, the software company which had developed the 'Sevamitra' app for the TDP to collect voter data on the polling-booth level. (ANI)