- Two YCP Nellore MLAs were served notices to appear before the police regarding the cricket betting case unearthed recently
- Nellore rural MLA Kotamreddy Sridhar Reddy and Nellore town MLA Anil Kumar Yadav were served notices when they were campaigning for Nandyal by-election
- The legislators allege this to be a political conspiracy to malign the party image prior to by-election
Two Nellore YCP (Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party) MLAs were served notices in connection with the cricket betting case that is rocking the district of Nellore after the suicide of a couple and their son at Rameswaram on July 1st .
Nellore rural MLA Kotamreddy Sridhar Reddy and Nellore town MLA Anil Kumar Yadav received notices on Sunday when they were campaigning for YCP nominee Silpa Mohan Reddy in Nandyal. They were served under Section 160 of the Criminal Procedure Code and were asked to appear for enquiry on August 22nd.
The main bookie Krishna Singh, 15 sub bookies along with 115 persons were arrested in connection with the sensational Nellore cricket betting case while some are still at large. In connection to the case, when the police were investigating Krishna Singh, they found the evidence regarding the role of the politicians in the data of Krishna Singh’s laptop.
The suicide of a couple and their son at Rameswaram on July 1st allegedly because of threats by bookies to pay the amount led to intensive investigation of betting mafia. YCP legislators received notices when their close associates were arrested in the betting case.
YCP legislators, on the other hand, cry foul play and allege this to be a political conspiracy to malign the party’s image prior to Nandyal by-election. But they assured their cooperation to the investigation.
Last Updated 31, Mar 2018, 7:04 PM