Vijay Sai in judicial custody till Jun 17

Vijay Sai in judicial custody till Jun 17 - Sakshi Post


A special CBI court in Hyderabad remanded Vijay Sai Reddy, an accused in the quid pro quo case to judicial custody till June 17.

The Supreme Court on May 9, had allowed CBI's plea seeking cancellation of bail granted to Vijay Sai  and directed him to surrender before the lower court on or before June 5. Accordingly, Vijay Sai surrendered before the CBI court on Wednesday afternoon which sent him to judicial custody after which he was shifted to Chanchalguda jail.
The apex court on May 9 set aside the order of Andhra Pradesh High Court and the trial court granting bail to Vijay Sai.
Vijay Sai was arrested by the central agency on January 2, 2012 in connection with the case of alleged quid-pro-quo deals involving Jagan.  Vijay Sai, was granted bail by the lower court in April last year after which CBI had approached the High Court which had set aside the trial court's order and had sent the matter back to the special judge to consider it afresh. He however, was again granted bail by the lower court after which CBI had approached the High Court.
The High Court in June last year had dismissed CBI's plea seeking cancellation of bail, after which the central agency approached the apex court.
The apex court, set aside the order of AP High Court saying the special judge had committed an error in granting bail to Vijay Sai while the High Court erroneously affirmed the same.
PTI

 

 

 

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