Amaravati: TDP national president and former chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu’s residence on the bank of Krishna river has been partially inundated in floodwaters and the family had to shift to safer place. The first floor of river front was vacated, security vehicles were moved out and sand bags were put in place to prevent flood, said the sources in Chief Minister’s office on Wednesday. Also Read – A mother abandoned newborn baby girl in Chirala Advertise With Us The inundated house was earlier served with a notice as it has flouted norms and did not maintain the maximum flood level (MFL) of 22.6 metre but was constructed at 19 meter which is easily prone to submergence, according to the government sources. However, the opening of 70 crest gates of Prakasam Barrage saved the house from total inundation. Also Read – Fit India rally held in Vijayawada Advertise With Us Notices were served for vacating the adjacent illegal constructions which are prone to submergence in times of floods. However, the TDP is accusing the government of deliberately delaying lifting of Prakasam barrage gates to justify its demolition of Praja Vedika and allegations of former CM living in a house that flouted river conservation norms. Former minister Devineni Uma Maheswara Rao accused the state government and the ruling YSRCP of deriving “sadistic pleasure” by deliberately flooding the river bund areas where many poor people are living.