Court permits Jagan to visit Idupulapaya

Court permits Jagan to visit Idupulapaya - Sakshi Post

The CBI Special Court at Nampally on Monday permitted YSR Congress Party president YS Jagan Mohan Reddy's petition to visit Idupulapaya.

The court took this decision after hearing the arguments and counter arguments from the both sides.  In the counter petition, the CBI argued not to relax the bail conditions as the witnesses in the Jagan's case, are out of Hyderabad.
Objecting the Jagan's request, the CBI counsel apprehended the possible tampering of evidence by Jagan while influencing the witnesses, if he is granted permission. The CBI also told the court the accused in the Jagan's case are still in jail and their bail pleas are pending before the court.

It may be recalled that Jagan sought court's permission to visit Idupulapaya on October 1 and 2, besides Guntur on October 4.

Arguing on behalf of Jagan, lawyer Sushil Kumar said that Jagan's case is only technical and there is no scope for tampering the evidence as all of them are documented.

He requested the court to grant permission saying Jagan is to pay tributes to his father at Idupulapaya, the resting place of Dr YSR.


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