Jagan’s bail plea rejected
By Express News Service - HYDERABAD
29th November 2012 09:23 AM
Giving no respite to jailed Kadapa MP YS Jaganmohan Reddy, the CBI court on Wednesday dismissed his statutory bail petition on the grounds that the CBI was yet to complete the investigation into seven issues relating to the case.
Reddy filed two petitions, one seeking statutory bail under Section 167 (2) and the other for regular bail. Hearing on the second petition will take place on Nov 30.
Dismissing the petition, judge U Durgaprasad Rao said the Supreme Court, which had dismissed a bail petition of Jagan Reddy earlier, gave paramount importance to the probe relating to seven issues and put completion of investigation as a rider for the petitioner to apply for bail even if a chargesheet was filed and the CC numbered. “The same rider applies to the present bail application also,’’ the judge said.
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