Among these employees, three are class-1 officers, eight class-2 officers, while the rest 18 are class-3 employees.
Besides Jagan, several others including YSRC MP V Vijayasai Reddy, MLA Dharmana Prasada Rao, P Sabitha Indra Reddy, and several senior IAS officers and industrialists are involved in the assets case.
During the investigation, the ACB found that Narasimha Reddy allegedly misused his official powers and facilitated land settlements.
Justice Sri Devi then suggested the senior counsel to inform the CBI Court, during the case hearing on Friday, about the present case which is posted for final hearing.
When the petition filed by Jagan came up for hearing before Justice G Sri Devi, CBI counsel K Surender urged the court to grant some time for filing counter affidavit in the case.
Jail officials said there was a proposal to keep Sasikala in the VIP cell, but all three have been housed in common cells.
The trial court remanded all three convicts in the disproportionate assets case to judicial custody on Wednesday evening.
Dinakaran was among those expelled from the party along with Sasikala by late CM Jayalalithaa in 2011.
Highways and Minor Ports Minister Edappadi K Palanisamy and senior leaders will be seeking an appointment with the Governor to stake claim to forming the next government.