The Central Bureau of Investigation continued the assessment of the bungalow of YSR Congress President Y S Jaganmohan Reddy, in Jubilee Hills, for the 4th consecutive day on Monday.
The team conducted an evaluation of Jagan's bungalow after collecting the building plan and other key documents from the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC).
"The process of evaluation of the building is yet to be completed," a CBI official said.
The central agency is probing into the investments allegedly made by various firms in the businesses of Jagan during the tenure of former chief minister Y S Rajasekhara Reddy.
The teams also took measurements and collected other details pertaining to the residence of Sharmila, Jagan's sister. Sharmila's sister's house is located near Lotus Pond, too.
However, the probing officials refused to elaborate, saying that the assessment of the building housing the residences of both Jagan and Sharmila is still underway.
Meanwhile, the CBI said that it had no objection in sharing documents in its possession concerning the investigation into Jagan's assets.
The CBI was responding to a petition, filed by the Income Tax Department in Bangalore, seeking access to the documents the investigating agency had seized during its earlier searches.
Meanwhile, representatives of Hetero Drugs Pharma appeared before the CBI on Monday to depose in the case of the quid pro quo deal of Jagan in exchange for the SEZ land given to them during the YSR regime.
Several other women entrepreneurs representing various other institutions also appeared before the CBI and deposed on the accusations made on the companies.
Sakshi Group Director Ramakrishna Reddy also appeared before the CBI.
The CBI officials visited the various banks where Jagan had opened accounts, and scrutinized all the deals.
Mines director Sushil Kumar appeared before the CBI as well, in connection with the illegal mining case by Gali Janardhan Reddy's companies. (INN)
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