In the wake of Krishna floods, Andhra Pradesh government authorities have served eviction notices to TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu.
The notices read that the inmates of the house should vacate the property immediately and leave to safe location, owing to the threat of flooding in Krishna river.
But reports suggest that Chandrababu Naidu’s residence is not in low-lying lands, which are prone to floods. His Karakatta residence is apparently in a safe area and there is no need to fear about possible submersion due to floods. Reportedly, even a flood of 7 lakh cusecs would not affect Chandrababu’s residence. The current flood level is of 5 lakh cusecs.
Moreover, Chandrababu Naidu is presently in Hyderabad along with his family. He certainly wouldn’t be leaving to his residence in Amaravati anytime soon.
TDP forces say this is another attempt from the government of Andhra Pradesh to irk the opposition leader. They are objecting the eviction notices served to Chandrababu.