The apex court issued the order on a petition filed by Revanth Reddy, expressing apprehension over the possibility of other witnesses being influenced by the ongoing cross-examination.
After Rajender’s hectic confabulations with the BJP national and state leaders, the green light has flashed for the former minister to join the saffron brigade and acquire a new sheen.
According to the petitioner, the allegations levelled against him are false, and no such incident as shown in the video took place.
The district police arrested three people, including two BJP workers, for allegedly distributing money, and a woman for accepting cash, in Maski constituency.
The days of cash-for-votes being an underhanded, hush-hush affair seem to be far behind us.
In a tweet, Kamal urged the public to expose on social media the members of political parties who come forward to distribute cash or freebies.
Meanwhile in Tiruppur, the Cheyur police arrested two men who stored 2,051 liquor bottles, which were allegedly meant to be given to voters on polling day.
The raids were conducted based on a tip off, said sources, adding that along with the cash, details of voters and campaign materials of AIADMK candidate Ramu were found.
A bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi said it was not inclined to hear the matter since Lok Sabha elections in the state were already over.
On a tip off the officials searched a physiotherapy centre at Tamil Nadu’s Korukkupet, falling within the constituency and seized the amount from there.