Poachgate: Telangana HC extends stay on issuance of notices

Judge K. Surender, while extending the stay on notices, recorded the contention of the 1st additional special judge for the trial of ACB cases, Nampally, Hyderabad when he rejected the memo filed by the SIT arraying the four persons.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  14 Dec 2022 2:00 AM GMT
Poachgate: Telangana HC extends stay on issuance of notices

Hyderabad: The Telangana High Court on Tuesday extended the stay orders on the issuance of notice under 41A CrPC to B.L Santosh, Tushar Vellapally, Jaggu Swamy, and Bhusarapu Srinivas, an advocate from Karimnagar, till 22 December.

Judge K. Surender, while extending the stay on notices, recorded the contention of the 1st additional special judge for the trial of ACB cases, Nampally, Hyderabad when he rejected the memo filed by the SIT arraying the four persons.

The ACB judge in his order said there is no prima facie case made out against the four persons cited, to be included and arrayed as accused and further observed that the SIT has no power to investigate this case as cases are registered under PC Act and election-related cases.

Further, Justice Surender also recorded in his order that Justice D. Nagarjun had adjudicated the criminal revision case elaborately, filed by SIT challenging the ACB court order rejecting the memo filed by SIT.

The orders are reserved in this criminal revision case and orders may be pronounced on 21 December.

Justice Surender heard senior counsel Desai Prakash Reddy appearing for B.L Santhosh and V. Pattabhi, senior counsel for Tushar Vellapally, accused in TRS MLAs poaching case.

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