In the High Court, Chandrababu Naidu bail plea was rejected by the Anti-Corruption Court.
Just two days after being arrested by the CID in the Kaushal Vikas scam, Naidu has been in judicial custody at Rajamundry Central Jail since September 11th.
The Andhra Pradesh High Court on Monday dismissed the bail petition filed by Telugu Desam Party President and former Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu in three separate cases filed against him by the Crime Investigation Department (CID).
Furthermore, a special court in Vijayawada also rejected Naidu’s plea for regular bail in the multi-crore Kaushal Vikas Nigam scam.
Chandrababu Naidu bail plea was rejected:
At the High Court, a single-judge bench chaired by Justice Suresh Reddy, dealing with alleged irregularities in the delineation of Amaravati Inner Ring Road, rejected Naidu’s plea for anticipatory bail.
The bench, after hearing arguments from Naidu’s lawyers Siddharth Luthra and Advocate General S. Sriram, upheld the state government’s contention that bail should not be granted during the investigation’s crucial phase. Decisive phase.
On August 4th, the High Court also rejected Naidu’s bail pleas in the Angallu violence case and alleged irregularities in the AP Fiber Net project.
In the ACB court, Justice Hima Bindu, who, after hearing arguments from both sides on October 5th, reserved her judgment, dismissed the bail plea of the TDP chief in the Rs 371 crore state Kaushal Vikas scam case.
While senior Supreme Court lawyer Pramod Kumar Dubey argued on behalf of Naidu, additional Advocate General Ponnavolu Sudhakar Reddy argued for the CID.
The ACB court also dismissed the CID’s plea to take Naidu into custody for further interrogation in the Kaushal Vikas case.
On October 5th, the ACB court extended Naidu’s judicial custody until October 19th. He has been in judicial custody at Rajamundry Central Jail since the morning of September 11th, just two days after being arrested by the CID in the Vikas scam.