Disproportionate Assets Case: CBI remands Jaganmohan to 14-days judicial custody

Leading profile minister YSR Congress chief YS Jagan Mohan Reddy who is under a 14-day judicial remand of CBI alleged in disproportionate assets and spent first night in Hyderabad’s Chanchalguda prison on Monday, has failed to get bail from court.

The court has dismissed both plea- one is Jagan Reddy‘s for bail and other is CBI for Reddy’s custody for further probing.
However the agency said to approach to high court because if he will under custody, it can get more information from him that turn the case in an effective mode.

Source said, before court, CBI alleged Reddy not to cooperate with it during three days’ probing and it id necessary to take him in remand as he would influence the witnesses in the case.

The investigating agency also filled name of 58 companies including business proprietary and industrialists from Andhra Pradesh in its FIR, having in connection with Jagan Reddy to make profit from his late father YS Rajasekhara Reddy’s influence.

Information proved to media, after CBI, now the Enforcement Directorate is likely questioning to Jagan on Tuesday.

Jagan who was arrested on Sunday night, is under CBI 14 days judicial custody, that means he won’t be able to campaign for the bypolls to 18 Assembly segments and one Lok Sabha seat scheduled on June 12.

Taking to media, the YSR Congress leader and former Andhra Pradesh Minister Pilli Subash Chandra Bose claimed Congress to have back in the arrest of YSR Congress chief because it afraid of being failure in the bypolls due to much popularity of Jagan.

Beside, in absence of Reddy, his mother YS Vijaya will lead the campaign on his behalf, Boss informed reporters, adding, “We are confident that our party (YSR Congress) will bag the maximum number of seats in the by-elections.”

Reddy was arrested in a disproportionate assets case when the bypolls have to come as Reddy sent to judicial custody till June 11 and the bypolls is held on June 12. However, he is under the special category prisoner status as per the court direction.

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