CID reveals that Nimmagadda's letter is Prepared outside
AP CID wing, which is investigating the issue of letter written to center by former state election commissioner Nimma gadda Ramesh Kumar found that the letter was prepared out side of the SEC office and later it was signed by him and sent to union government.
Sunil Kumar, ADG of CID wing after receiving the forensic report stated that the letter was not written in the SEC’s office but came from outside.
Forensic experts who examined the laptops and desktops concluded that the letter was not prepared in the SEC's office. Any how, the CID has already gathered enough evidence regarding the letter and were waiting for the forensic report. Sunil Kumar, said that Ramesh Kumar's personal assistant Sambamurthy had lied about the letter's origin. He said the letter was prepared in advance somewhere outside. The letter reached to SEC on the morning of March 18 by a pen drive. He expressed confidence that the source of the letter would soon be investigated and revealed. Ramesh Kumar's letter to the Union Home Secretary had raised suspicions from the beginning. It is alleged that the letter was written in the office of the TDP where signatures were different and a fake document was created. Based on this, Rajya Sabha MP V Vijayasai Reddy filed a complaint with the CID seeking investigation into the forged signature of the former SEC.