Revanth's Note for Vote: ACB may summon Chandrababu for questioning

  • ACB has all the recordings of Chandrababu's conversations
  • ACB to widen the probe to ascertain Babu's role in the episode.
  • Revanth Reddy reportedly twice used Chandrababu's name, many times boss, several times Babu during his conversation
  • Chandrababu likely to get notices in the cash-for-vote case
The ACB is likely to tighten the noose around TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu in Telangana TDP leader Revanth Reddy's 'noteforvote' scandal. According to a report in a leading Telugu daily, ACB has all records of the Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister speaking to some MLAs seeking votes in favour of the TDP candidate in the MLC elections.

It is mentioned in the report that Chandrababu's name will be included as one of the main accused in the Revanth Reddy's Note For Vote scandal.

According to reliable sources, the ACB which is digging deeper in this case, is getting ready to send notices to Chandrababu and request him to attend the investigations to find out who masterminded this episode.

The report also suggests that the notices will be sent in a week's time and Chandrababu will be investigated at his residence if he responds to the notices.

It is said that the TDP chief spoke to the MLAs regarding the deals by using Stephenson's phone and the ACB has all the recorded tapes of telephonic conversations.

As per the purported footage of the conversation between Revanth and Stephenson, which was aired by many of the television channels, Revanth Reddy used Chandrababu's name for two to three times, 'boss' many times and 'Babu' several times.

Giving credence to the reports, Telangana Home Minister Nayani Narasimha Reddy claimed that the ACB has in its possession recorded tapes of telephonic conversations of Chandrababu with the nominated legislator.