Eight hours CBI’s continuous questioning was not enough to solve the August 2011 disproportionate assets case, under which Kadapa MP Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy is accused of having involvement.
Once again for the second round of questioning, Raddy presented before CBI on Saturday after a long questioning about the alleged irregularities with regard to the Vadarevu and Nizampatnam Ports and Industrial Corridor (VANPIC) project on yesterday, according to sources.
While asking about nature of CBI questioning, Reddy called it peaceful and said, “clarifications have been sought and have been given. I will be facing them (CBI) again. I will be giving them further clarifications.”
Reddy’s arrest flew a massive fire in the political concerns as total eleven MLAs 9 from the Congress and two from the Telugu Desam Party are ready to quit their parties, joining Reddy’s YSR Congress, but in a phased manner.
It has been said that Congress MLA A Nani openly expressed his willingness to support Reddy. Despite it, Congress leader Ranga Rao also announced to quit the Congress and join YSR Congress.
Along with Reddy, CBI had already arrested Nimmagadda Prasad, an industrialist, Brahamananda Reddy, former Special Secretary Infrastructure Department of State and State Excise Minister Mopidevi Venkata Ramana Rao, who was handling infrastructure portfolio when Y S Rajasekhara Reddy govt. ruling.
Warned the CBI to stop Jagan’s grilling, YSR Congress leaders said until the CBI was not stop to being used by the Congress to target Jagan, they will do everything to ensure that the ruling party becomes weaker in the state.
Meanwhile, the situation is seeking to be worse at this time and bad in upcoming days. The CBI ourt asked Jagan to present on Monday before it and after that decision regarding his arrest is taken by CBI.