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Jump to navigation. Trouble has always lurked around the corner for Y. Jaganmohan Reddy. But this time could well be the endgame for the year-old president of the YSR Congress and leader of the opposition in the Andhra Pradesh assembly. On April 2, chief minister N.

Naidu acted just days after the Central Bureau of Investigation moved the special CBI court in Hyderabad seeking cancellation of the bail Jagan was granted in September in a disproportionate assets case. The CBI's prosecutors allege Jagan flouted his bail conditions besides attempting to vitiate the judicial process.

The CBI counsel told the court that the sole motive of publishing and airing the interviews, which contradicted earlier statements to the CBI, was to dissuade other witnesses from testifying against Jagan. Vijaya Sai Reddy, accusing them of amassing disproportionate wealth. Jagan and the others are alleged to have received crores of rupees as investments from individuals and firms as quid pro quo for favours granted to them when his father, the late Y.

Rajasekhara Reddy, was the chief minister. Political observers say both-the CBI demand that his bail be cancelled as well as the continuing attrition within his party's ranks-could well spell doom for the young AP politician. Withdrawal of bail could see Jagan back in jail where he spent 16 months from March to September If that happens, it will be a daunting task for him to retain YSR Congress cadres in most districts. And with CM Naidu inducting rebels into his cabinet, it may prove to be impossible.

Endgame for jagan Cancellation of his bail and the flight of his cadre could spell doom for the politician. Amarnath K. Read our comprehensive guide with information on how the virus spreads, precautions and symptoms , watch an expert debunk myths , and access our dedicated coronavirus page. Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app.

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Jagan Mohan Reddy illegal assets case: CBI files counter affidavit against Andhra Pradesh CM

According to CBI, the modus operandi of the accused Jagan in all the cases is he incorporated several companies like Jagati Publications, Raghu Ram Cements, Carmel Asia Holdings and others to receive investments at a very high premium and in quid pro quo. Jagan allegedly influenced his father late Y S Rajasekhara Reddy, the then chief minister of Andhra Pradesh, to dole out several undue favours to various companies which had made investments in his front companies, the CBI had said. Second chargesheet was field against Jagan and others on 23 April, in the issues relating to cheating of individual investors to the tune of Rs Fourth chargesheet was filed against Jagan and others on 13 August, relating to VANPIC Project involving quid-pro-quo investments made by industrialist Nimmagadda Prasad to the tune of Rs crore into the companies of Jagan and allotment of 22, acres of land to Nimmagadda Prasad in violation of prevailing rules and regulations. Eighth chargesheet was also filed on 10 September, relating to the issue of grant of limestone mining lease over an extent of

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CBI files chargesheet against Jagan, 12 others in assets case

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CBI files 11th charge sheet in Jagan case

Jump to navigation. Trouble has always lurked around the corner for Y. Jaganmohan Reddy. But this time could well be the endgame for the year-old president of the YSR Congress and leader of the opposition in the Andhra Pradesh assembly. On April 2, chief minister N.

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DA case: The 10 chargesheets against Jaganmohan Reddy

HYDERABAD: Opposing grant of exemption to Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy from personal appearance before the special CBI court in the alleged disproportionate assets case, the Central Bureau of Investigation submitted that if the High Court grants blanket exemption from personal appearance to the prime accused Jagan before trial court, then it will make him feel virtually liberated from the ongoing judicial proceedings and give him an unsolicited liberty to do whatever he wants and influence the witnesses behind the iron wall of political, money and muscle power, reducing the trial proceedings to a mere spectacle. The first chargesheet was filed in the case about eight years ago, but the trial proceedings are yet to commence and this indicates that the petitioner and other accused were working in tandem to procrastinate the proceedings on one pretext or the other, the CBI noted. In this regard, the CBI filed counter affidavit before Justice G Sri Devi of Telangana High Court, who is dealing with 11 petitions filed by Jagan seeking to quash the order of the Special CBI court and dispense with his personal appearance before the trial court and allow his advocate to appear on his behalf during hearing of criminal proceedings initiated against him. The petitioner, who is arrayed as accused number one in the 11 chargesheets filed in the case, challenged the order of the special CBI court in dismissing his plea to grant exemption from personal appearance in the alleged disproportionate assets case and allow his advocate to appear on his behalf during the case hearing on every Friday. The CBI stated that in all the 11 chargesheets filed by the probe agency, Jagan is the focal point and principal beneficiary of the economic fraud and was named as accused number one in his individual capacity and was named as representative of his privately owned companies which were used for receiving bribe amounts in the name of investments. The CBI court took cognizance of all these chargesheets on the basis of documentary and oral evidence. Later, the High Court had also dismissed the appeals filed on the issue in August

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