Asia Bizz: Chandrababu Naidu Arrested For Violating Prohibitory Orders
Former Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister, Chandrababu Naidu has been arrested after he violated the prohibitory orders against him in Nanded district. He was arrested with accomplices, which included five MP’s and Seven MLA’s.
The Minister and his accomplices were in the Babhli village to inspect the ongoing irrigation project. He states that the barrage has been illegally built. Mr. Naidu had been warned not to travel to the Marathwada district of Nanded, or it may pose a disturbance in the law and order in the district.
The irrigation project concieves 8000 hecters of land in the Nanded district of Maharashtra, but still Naidu moved to the court against the project. After which two hearings were held in 2007, in which permission was given by the Supreme Court, to go ahead with the project.
Even though the Maharashtran government has spent 167 crores on the project, it looks ahead not to spoil its relations with its neighbour, Andhra Pradesh. But still after what Chandrababu had done in the past, his visit to Nanded seems to be illegal.