ACB Officials to Approach Supreme Court Against Revanth’s Bail
HYDERABAD: In spite of Hyderabad High Court granting conditional bail to Telugu Desam leader Revanth Reddy after one-month jail in the cash-for-vote scam, ACB officials are daunting him.
In a new twist on Tuesday, the ACB officials made it clear that they were getting ready to move Supreme Court against Revanth’s bail in two days. While family members and Telugu Desam activists celebrated the occasion by distributing sweets and bursting crackers to mark the release of Revanth, the ACB sleuths declared that they would move the Apex Court in a couple of days after reviewing a copy of the Court’s verdict.
Along with Revanth, Sebastian and Uday Simha also got the conditional bail. Thus, the ACB taking cognizance of the case is said to be approaching the Supreme Court on July 2 seeking to quash the HC order of granting him bail.
The ACB officials argued against the bail in vain in the court by saying that they were yet to interrogate the fourth accused Mathaiah and others like TD MLA Venkata Veeraiah, who was ought to face interrogation on Monday, is still at large.
On the other hand, a section of the media is abuzz with the news speculating that Revanth with tainted remarks would resign to his MLA post and the party membership or Telugu Desam supremo and Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu may sack him anytime.
Though he may not face the axe from the party leadership, Revanth’s wife Geetha ruled out the possibility of his sacking or resignation. Revanth will continue to be in politics despite any sort of cases, she asserted. (NSS)