Special Court Defers Decision On Revocation Of Jagan’s Bail
Hyderabad: The arguments over CBI’s petition regarding revoking the bail of YSRCP president YS Jaganmohan Reddy were closed on Friday at the Special Court. The court deferred the decision to April 28.
On the other hand, Jagan filed a petition seeking permission to go to New Zealand for fifteen days, between 15 May and 15 June. He expressed a desire to leave the country during summer vacations along with the family. However, the CBI objected to it, while the court deferred the case without any verdict.
Meanwhile, the dates of a protest scheduled on 26-27 of this month were postponed to May1-2. Opposition leader Jaganmohan Reddy announced that he would go on ‘Rythu Deeksha,’ demanding minimum support price to the farmers’ produce.
It is well known that he is at loggerheads with the ruling party about farmers issue in the state. YSRCP senior leader Botsa Satyanarayana made this announcement on the day special court deferred its case to April 28.
Do the party-men fear that the court might revoke their leader’s bail and send him to jail? This is the question everyone is asking now.