Jagan plea for exemption fromI court appearance countered by CBI

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Jagan plea for exemption fromI court appearance countered by CBI

Jagan plea for exemption fromI court appearance countered by CBI
October 01
21:15 2019

In what could be a major setback to the Ap Chief Minister and YSRC chief YS Jaganmohan Reddy, the CBI has taken strong objection to Jagan plea for exemption for personal appearance every Friday .

Jagan though won the AP Assembly and Lok Sabha polls by a huge margin of popular vote still has to appear before the court where his 6 year old DA case is still underway compelling Jagan to make presence every Friday inspite of his busy schedule. The CBI has filed 13 charge sheets ( a new one in Penna cement case very recently ) in the Disproportionate Assets case against him for demanding Quid Pro Quo investments in his companies for all beneficiaries of land grants and other concessions to industrialists during the regime of his Chief Minister father YS Rajasekhar Reddy. Although all hearings have ended in the case and Jagan and some of the prime industrialists and several senior IAS officials besides Jagan ( 16 months at Chanchalguda jail ) have spent several months in jail.

The CBI advocates contended that Jagan now in a powerful seat of CM could influence and threaten the witnesses and also tamper the evidences and hence should not be given exemption.They also contended that the argument of revenue loss to state exchequer for t Hyderabad from Amaravati weekly visit from was not a tough task.The arguments on the CBI counter will be heard on coming Friday

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