Set Back To Jagan In Nandigama Case

The High Court on Tuesday refused to quash the case filed against Jagan, but, asked him to file a petition after the investigation is completed.

Hyderabad: YSRCP chief YS Jagan Mohan Reddy faced another setback in the High Court. The leader approached the court seeking quashing of the case filed against him in Nandigama during the accident to Diwakar travels.

The High Court refused to entertain the quash petition filed by Jagan on Tuesday.

The YSRCP leader went to Nandigam hospital when the bus accident took place in Krishna district. In this context, the Hospital Development Committee chairman complained to the police against Jagan that he allegedly behaved highhandedly with officials and doctors. Jagan filed a quash petition in the High Court in April.

His counsel argued that Jagan did not commit any crime and the police filed a case unlawfully. However, the advocate arguing for the police said that they have filed a case basing on a complaint and the investigation is still continuing.

After hearing both sides, the High Court said that it cannot order to quash the case. It directed Jagan to file a petition after the investigation is completed.

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