Chandrababu Naidu’s demolition building has a grand history

Demolition of AP Former CM Chandrababu Naidu building has become a interesting topic. Read the story to know the details.
Written By Siddhu Manchikanti | Updated: September 28, 2019 11:18 IST
Chandrababu Naidu’s demolition building has a grand history

Demolition of Telugu Desam Party president and former Andhra Pradesh chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu’s rented a bungalow on the banks of Krishna river at Vundavall in Amaravati is the most interesting topic of discussion these days in Andhra Pradesh.

Apparently, the house is an illegal construction. So, it is justified to demolish the house to throw Naidu on the roads. It was identified, along with 24 others, as an unauthorized construction by the TDP government. Soon after they came to power, they constructed it and there is no doubt that the structure is illegal.
Asking the owners to vacate them and demolish the same in 2015, the TDP government issued notices to these buildings. Things changed as, Naidu shifted lock, stock, and barrel from Hyderabad to Vijayawada to run the administration from Amaravati.
In late 2015, for some unknown reasons, Naidu chose the same illegal structure as his official bungalow. He even legalized the building terming it a government building. As Lingamaneni got another big chunk of land closer to Amaravati getting an exemption from land pooling, he didn't make any claim.
Now, as the YSRCP government has issued notices, Lingamaneni claims this building as his own and that it is not illegal. Even Naidu is trying to gain political mileage by this issue. It is yet to be seen whether the High Court declares the building as illegal or the notices as illegal.