Jagan Mohan Reddy, the founder of the YSR Congress was till the Excise Minister, has been arrested after today a CBI court refused his anticipatory bail plea in the alleged illegal assets case.
Reddy is accused of disproportionate assets case being violated the rules to give land to dole out favours to companies which invested in his businesses in a quid pro quo arrangement when govt. headed by Mr Reddy’s father, YSR.
On Wednesday while a minister M Venkatramanab, having connection with case arrested and allow to remain in judicial custody till June 7, the CBI issued notices to Jagan before seven hours of this, directing him to appear in the court on May 28. However, the court had dismissed his petition seeking exemption from personal appearance.
Beside Reddy, Kadapa MP YS Jaganmohan Reddy has also summoned on Friday for questioning, while source said, police in Hyderabad imposed prohibitory orders that would be in force till May 29.
As per informed report to media, Hyderabad police Commissioner Anurag Sharma said, seeking the eruption via violence by Reddy’s supporters attacking public buses, any meetings, rallies and processions will be prohibited during the period of prohibitory orders under section 144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure.
As per this order, five or more persons of the assembly will never came into force, while check point have been deployed on each vehicles and people, passing via the entry points into the city.
Moreover, Jagan was trying to escape himself form interaction of the CBI questioning. Firstly he alleged Congress government in support with the opposition Telugu Desam Party and the CBI to arrest him in this conspiracy, for that he also communicated a letter to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh two days ago.
After that when agency asked him to appear for questioning, he approached the High Court to defer the appointment to June 15, he further said, he would be busy with by-elections.
Reports suggested that he may be arrested three days before scheduled to appear in the CBI court on May 28 after probing his business empire and the source of its funds as directed by the Andhra Pradesh High Court.