Jagan files plea seeking exemption from personal appearance
YSR Congress chief and Kadapa MP Y S Jaganmohan Reddy filed a petition in the special CBI court here today, seeking exemption from personal appearance in court, on February 12.
Hyderabad: YSR Congress chief and Kadapa MP Y S Jaganmohan Reddy filed a petition in the special CBI court here today, seeking exemption from personal appearance in court, on February 12.
In the petition filed through his counsel, Jagan said that being an MP, he has to attend the ongoing Parliament session where the Telangana Bill is likely to be tabled.
The case of alleged quid-pro-quo investments involving his companies, in which Jagan is the prime accused, is likely to come up for hearing tomorrow before court.
On February 4, the court had dismissed the plea of the Kadapa MP, seeking exemption from personal appearance during court hearings.
On September 23 last year, the court had granted Jagan conditional bail and directed that he should present himself
before court during proceedings in the case.
Meanwhile, the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) has filed a petition in the court seeking copies of
charge-sheets filed by CBI in the case, to inquire into the alleged violations made by Jagan's close aide and his auditor
V Vijay Sai Reddy, who is an accused in the case.
A chartered accountant, Vijay Sai, served as financial advisor for a group of companies owned by Jagan. The ICAI approached the court, since it is contemplating suo motu inquiry against Vijay Sai.
The court has reserved the matter for orders tomorrow.
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