- Case registered in 2012 over poll code violation in Parakal
- CBI court in Hyderabad directs AP CM YS Jagan to appear in person on Jan 10 in DA case
Hyderabad: A special sessions court for the trial of MP and MLA cases based in Hyderabad, has issued summons to the Y S Vijayalaxmi president of ruling YSRC Party and mother of Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy. The court also issued summons to YS Sharmila, besides Vijayamma and asked them to appear before it on January 10,2020. Summons were issued in a case related to violation of the election code at Parakal of erstwhile Warangal district.
The Court has asked Parakal police to serve the summons against the two leaders. Both YS Vijayamma and her daughter YS Sharmila will have to appear before the court in the case on the date of hearing, the order said. The mother-daughter duo have been booked for violation of election code. It was registered against the two leaders by Parakal police in erstwhile Waranal district under sections 188 ( offence of disobedience of an order duly promulgated by a public servant has been committed which causes obstruction) and 341 ( Whoever abets an assault by an officer) of IPC and section 127 of Representation of People’s Act on charges of holding election rally without requisite permission. The former minister and Congress party leader Konda Surekha and her husband Konda Muralidhar are also accused in the same case.
CBI court orders AP Chief Minister Jagan Mohan Reddy to appear in person on January 10th
Interestingly, a special CBI court from the city has also asked the AP CM YS Jaganmohan reddy to appear in person before the court on the same day i.e. January 10,2020 in the disproportionate assets case filed against him and his close confidante and the party’s Rajya Sabha MP Vijayasai Reddy by the a investigation agency . CBI court has passed the orders after observing that YS Jaganmohan Reddy had already been exempted from his personal appearance for ten times in a row following the submission of a petition by his counsel seeking exemp