- AP opposition leader YS Jagan petitioned the CBI to issue permission for his padyatra slated to commence on November 2nd
- The Court will decide on it on 13th October
- YS Jagan called for a meeting with the party leaders on Wednesday to discuss about the padyatra
Andhra Pradesh opposition leader and YSRCP (Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party) supremo YS Jaganmohan Reddy called for an important meeting with the YSRCP leaders on 11th October to discuss about the party’s padayatra program to commence from November 2nd.
YS Jagan had appealed to the CBI court to grant him permission for his proposed padyatra and the court would take a decision on it on October 13th. CBI Court has speeded up the process of the alleged quid pro quo case against YS Jagan for which he has to personally attend court every Friday. YS Jagan had filed a petition asking exemption from attending the court on Fridays.
Even before the court could take a decision, YS Jagan seems to be confident of the court’s favouring his plea and sought to meet his MPs, MLAs, MLCs, District Party presidents, District in charges and constituency coordinators.
The meeting will discuss the necessary measures to be taken and how to make the padyatra a success. The information was given by MP Vijayasai Reddy who requested all the leaders to attend the meeting compulsorily.
Last Updated 31, Mar 2018, 7:01 PM IST