Witness, Vijayawada: A crucial development has taken place in the Fibernet scam case in which TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu is an accused. The Vijayawada Anti-Corruption Court (ACB Court) on Tuesday ordered the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) to attach the assets of the accused in the case.
AP CID and ACB approached the court on November 6 seeking permission to attach the assets of the accused in the Fibernet scam case. In the petition, it has been appealed that the real estate belonging to Chandrababu’s close friends along with the Terasoft company needs to be attached. Earlier, the petition mentioned that the state home department had given permission to the proposal made by the CID on this issue. In relation to the accused, the CID has requested in the petition to allow the attachment of all seven immovable properties in AP and Telangana.
This list includes the real estate belonging to Chandrababu’s close friends as well as Terasoft Company. It has been requested in the petition that these need to be attached.
These are the details of the assets fixed for attachment in the Fibernet case
► Houses and agricultural fields in Srinagar Colony, Yusuf Guda, Jubilee Hills Colony, Chinnamangalaram, Hyderabad in the names of Thummala Gopichand and his wife Pavani.
►Houses in Guntur, Visakha Kirlampudi layout belonging to Netops Fiber Solutions Director Kanumuri Koteswara Rao.
►The total properties to be attached include a house in Guntur, a flat in Visakhapatnam, four flats in Hyderabad and agricultural land in Rangareddy district of Telangana.
When Chandrababu was Chief Minister, in the Fibernet scam, Rs. CID has already registered an FIR that 114 crores were misused. While Vemuri Harikrishna was named as A1 and Terra Soft MD Tummala Gopichand as A-11 in this case, CID added Chandrababu’s name as A-25.