The Nampally CBI Court today heard a petition filed by rebel YSR Congress Party MP Kanumuru Raghu Rama Krishna Raju seeking the cancellation of Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y S Jaganmohan Reddy's bail.
The petitioner had reportedly based his plea on the fact that the CBI had registered 11 charge sheets against the CM in the disproportionate assets case filed against him, and had stated that the CM was the prime accused in every single case.
He had also alleged that Jagan was "misusing" the freedom that the bail order gave to him.
Supreme Court advocate Narayana Rao presented Raju's arguments on his behalf. Discussions on the eligibility of the petition were also held.
Following the discussions, The court adjourned the matter till April 27.
The disproportionate assets case filed against Jagan has been a thorn in his side for some time now. However, since he became CM, he has always managed to blow off any hearings related to the case, citing one reason or another.
There are many like Raju who believe that this is fertile ground for the revocation of the bail orders as the CM was granted bail on the condition that he would cooperate with the case investigation fully.
The MP's petition also marks the end of any chance of reconciliation between him and Jagan.
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