Seems like Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Jagan tasted his own medicine! Hours after the CM launched the prestigious Anti-Corruption 14400 helpline to register complaints against corruption in government offices, a complaint was registered against the CM himself.
Into details, TDP senior leader Varla Ramaiah on Tuesday called the toll-free number to complain against the chief minister. Demanding an enquiry on the CM, Varla complained that the former is involved in Rs. 43,000 crores of corruption which started from the reign of his father and former CM Rajasekhar Reddy. He stated that the person who picked up the call claimed that the complaint must be investigated within 15 days. Varla Ramaiah then recalled that Andhra Pradesh TDP president Kala Venkat Rao had already filed a written complaint in this regard.