- The CBI court will give its verdict on cancellation of Jagan Mohan Reddy’s bail on April 28
- The CBI team had filed a petition that Jagan and associates had broken the rules pertaining to bail
- Jagan has sought permission from the court to go to New Zealand on a vacation
The YSR Congress Party chief YS Jagan Reddy is facing the disproportionate assets case along with the three former ministers. It is a judgement day for both the Baahubali team as well as Jagan and his Cabinet members.
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) court will decide if Jagan’s request to the court will be met. Earlier, Jagan had requested the court to give him permission to go on a 15-day holiday to New Zealand with his family members. But the CBI team had asked the court to cancel his bail.
So, the two section of powerful people – Baahubali crew and Jagan Mohan Reddy and associates are eagerly awaiting the outcome of April 28.
Along with Jagan Reddy, Vijay Sai Reddy, ex-minister Sabita Indra Reddy and IAS officer, Sri Lakshmi appeared before the CBI judicial court on Friday. However, the CBI team has alleged that the accused including Jagan have broken the rules pertaining to the bail. The team stated that Sakshi channel owned by Jagan had telecasted an interview with P Ramakanth Reddy, the former chief secretary of Andhra Pradesh spoke against the prosecution.
This petition was followed by Jagan Reddy filing a counter-petition clarifying that he is not involved in the decisions made by the Sakshi TV. Thus now, the CBI court will give its verdict after considering both the petitions on April 28.
As the people will be watching Baahubali and giving their verdict, here, Jagan and his associates will wait for the court’s verdict.
Last Updated 31, Mar 2018, 6:58 PM