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Crime Investigation Department rules out structural defect

Crime Investigation Department rules out structural defect
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Crime Investigation Department’s (CID) interim report revealed that water leak at the chamber of Leader of Opposition on June 6 was only through the PVC pipe casing of AC communication cable and there were no structural defects in the Assembly building’s construction.

Amaravati: Crime Investigation Department’s (CID) interim report revealed that water leak at the chamber of Leader of Opposition on June 6 was only through the PVC pipe casing of AC communication cable and there were no structural defects in the Assembly building’s construction.

The CID has sent the interim report to Assembly Speaker Kodela Siva Prasada Rao after conducting enquiry. According to special secretary to Legislature PPPK Ramacharyulu, the CID stated that the leak was from the PVC pipe that ran from the outer unit of the AC to Jaganmohan Reddy’s chamber in the ground floor.

“The CID has further stated that some more inquiry has to be carried out as to why and how the said PVC pipe was damaged,” Ramacharyulu said on Monday.

The incident of water leak that took place in chamber of Jaganmohan Reddy in room no 123 of Assembly turned into a political issue. It attracted huge criticism from YSRC and others. The YSRC leaders alleged poor quality in the construction of Assembly lead to water leak.

Meanwhile, Speaker Kodela Siva Prasada Rao suspected sabotage and asked CID to probe the incident. CID police verified CCTV footage and took help of Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL). However, the in the interim report, CID did not reveal any new point. It incorporated the preliminary report of the police that water leak was due to damage of AC’s PVC pipe casing.

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