Cash for vote case: SC shocker to Naidu
In a rude shock to Telugu Desam party president and Andhra Pradesh chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu, the supreme court docket on Monday admitted a petition filed through YSR Congress party MLA Alla Ramakrisihna Reddy seeking an inquiry through central Bureau of investigation (CBI) into the cash-for-vote scam in Telangana.
The SC, which has already been hearing a petition within the coins-for-vote scam, combined this public interest litigation petition with the principle petition.
In his petition, Ramakrishna Reddy pointed out that it’s been more than two years since the cash for vote have been brought to mild with the aid of the Telangana Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) and all the evidences had been submitted to the ACB court docket, consisting of the video tape showing then TDP legislator A Revanth Reddy giving coins to an unbiased MLA at the behest of Chandrababu Naidu and also the audio tape with the voice of Naidu which changed into showed by the forensic authorities.
“yet, there has not been a lot progress in the case within the closing two years within the wake of a few political trends. therefore, the records will come out handiest if the case is handed over to the CBI,” he said.
excellent court leader Justice Deepak Mishra heading the three-member bench said a date might soon be constant to hear the arguments in this situation. In the sooner petition, it changed into argued that Naidu have to be taken as an accused in the coins for vote scam.