Jagan to appear before special court

Jagan to appear before special court

Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy has to appear before the special court in a criminal case, as per the orders of Central Investigation Agency (CBI). Claiming that everyone is equal before the law and seeking exemption from personal attendance because of Power is contrary to Article 14 of the Constitution. Jagan used his influence in judicial custody when he was in Jail, Now he was the CM .. He had all the powers and manipulate anything. Based on the status of the accused and the financial background of the individual should not be given an exemption. Witnesses said it was possible to panic. While he was an MP, he had tried to influence and manipulate the witnesses and now the chief minister .. It will be clear if Jagan is exempted so that this freedom leads to unexpected things. CBI DIG V Chandrashekhar has recently filed a 14-page counter-affidavit on Jagan’s petition seeking exemption from personal attendance. CBI has asked the special court to dismiss the allegations. The court adjourned the hearing to 18 this month.


The case was filed with the High Court’s order dated August 10, 2011. Jagan, who was an MP at the time, was influenced by witnesses and the possibility of manipulation of the evidence. The CBI special court, the High Court and the Supreme Court upheld the arrest. The court sent Ayan to judicial custody as the investigation is pending. Hetero-Aurobindo Pharma, Individual Investors, Ranki, Wanpic, Dalmia Cements, India Cements, Raghuram Cements, Penna Cements, Indu TechZone, Lepakshi Knowledge Hub The special court imposed five conditions on the bail granted to Jagan on September 23, 2013. They are :Bond of Rs 2 lakh, two sureties to be submitted .. Anyone involved in the case should not be intimidated or threatened, Stay in Hyderabad, Do not move from Hyderabad without court permission, If required permission should be taken from the court. CBI has sought bail for breach of conditions to create an atmosphere where witnesses can freely come to court and testify.
The court imposed these conditions only for the purpose of providing security to witnesses. And the final inquiry is unlikely to be impartial. Six years have passed after filing chargesheets. The final enquiry process has not yet begun in court as they are Intentionally delaying with series of excuses.

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