High Court’s Another setback for KCR in MLAs poaching case

Hyderabad, Feb 8 (Maxim News): Chief Justice of Telangana High Court has made it clear that since the matter of the Moinabad Farm House case (MLAs poaching case) was heard and disposed of by the division bench, it cannot be taken up again by the Court and that the order can be challenged only in the Supreme Court.

Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao’s government had sought a stay on December 26, 2022 order for three weeks facilitating it to move the Supreme Court. Advocate General B.S Prasad brought to the notice of the Chief Justice that the CBI is pressuring for a case file. He submitted that the CBI wrote to the Chief Secretary again on Tuesday for the case file. The Advocate General approached the Chief Justice for permission a day after Justice B.Vijasen Reddy made the suggestion when the interim petition came up before him on Tuesday.

It was on December 26 that Vijaysen Reddy pronounced his order, handing over the case to the CBI. He had also quashed the Government (GO) constituting a Special investigation team (SIT) to probe the case relating to the alleged attempt to poach four legislators of the BRS.

the single judge had pronounced the order on the petitions filed by the accused priest Ramchandra Bharati, Pontiff Simhayaji, and restaurant owner nandu Kumar that they did not have faith in the SIT investigation. the judge had also observed that the media should not have been given access to investigation material. He also noted that the state has not responded to the question of who provided the Chief Minister with investigative materials.

A division bench comprising Chief Justice Ujjal Bhuyan and Justice N.Tukaramji on February 6 dismissed the petition of the state government challenging the order of the single judge transferring the case to the CBI. The division bench ruled that the single-judge bench’s order cannot be faulted and interfered with.

Cyberabad police conducted the raid on a tip-off by BRS MLA Pilot Rohit Reddy. He alleged that the accused offered Rs. 100 crores to him and Rs. 50 crore each to three others to make them “defect to BJP”. The state government had subsequently constituted SIT headed by Hyderabad police commissioner C.V. Anand to probe the case. (Maxim News)

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