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Andhra Pradesh CID Discloses Siemens Didn’t Receive Any Money From Skill Development Scam

Siemens had no involvement in the Skill Development scandal, according to N. Sanjay, the director general of the Andhra Pradesh Crime Investigation Department (CID), and the business received no funds from the programme.

The CID director said during a news conference held jointly by Mr. Sanjay and Andhra Pradesh Additional Advocate General P. Sudhakar Reddy on Sunday in Delhi that the government had released 770 crore for four years, with the money going toward skill development in addition to the Siemens project.

The leaders are attempting to give Siemens and the APSSDC project full credit, which is untrue, he claimed.

“The former Chief Minister, N. Chandrababu Naidu, who was the mastermind for the multi-crore scam, had exercised his authority to overrule the officials’ recommendations,” Mr. Sanjay said.

“The entire project was meticulously orchestrated under the then Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu, who exercised his authority to override the recommendations and decisions made by the officials entrusted with its execution.”

“TDP national general secretary Lokesh has been going around and claiming that close to 2 lakh students were trained under Siemens, which was not true,” Mr. Sanjay said.

The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has claimed that money belonging to the government totaling 241 crore had been fraudulently obtained and had proven the crimes.

Pendyala Srinivas, Mr. Naidu’s personal assistant, received a notice from the police on September 5, but Mr. Sanjay claimed that he left the country within a day.

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