‘A plot to spoil Jagan’s bail chances’

Published: 05th October 2012 01:00 PM  |   Last Updated: 05th October 2012 01:00 PM   |  A+A-

The Congress and the Telugu Desam have connived with each other against YSR Congress Party president YS Jagan Mohan Reddy to politically eliminate him, YSRCP honorary president YS Vijayalakshmi has alleged.

“It is evident from the issuance of attachment notices by the Enforcement Directorate soon after the TDP delegation had met Union finance minister P Chidambaram on Thursday and madea request to him in this regard. It clearly shows that there is a conspiracy behind this move. It happened at a time when we are expecting bail for Jagan in the court. The ED’s decision to attach properties will have a bearing  on the bail petition of Jagan which will come up for hearing on Friday,” she told reporters here on Thursday.

Saying that she could not understand what the CBI was doing, Vijayamma said CBI’s efforts so far to prove her son as a culprit proved futile. Though the probe had completed 14 months so far, the CBI could not prove a single charge levelled against Jagan, she claimed. “How many charge sheets will the CBI file? How many times will they make enquiries? Is there any justice in the state? Every common man in the state knows that chief minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy and TDP president N Chandrababu Naidu conspired with each other against Jagan,” said the YSRCP honorary president.


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