Options Before Chandrababu Amid Series Of Shocks?
Chandrababu Naidu faced three big shocks on Friday in the Skill Development case. As part of that, the CID custody will last for two days in the Rajahmundry Central Prison.By: Tupaki Desk | 22 Sep 2023 1:33 PM GMT
The quash petition which was regarded as very crucial in the Skill Development scam was dismissed by the High Court. At the same time, the verdict of extending the judicial remand by two days was given. Later, the ACB Court accepted the petition filed by the CID and instead of five days, two days custody was given. With this, the CID officers will question Chandrababu on Saturday and Sunday.
Chandrababu Naidu faced three big shocks on Friday in the Skill Development case. As part of that, the CID custody will last for two days in the Rajahmundry Central Prison. CID officers will question Chandrababu from 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM in the presence of his lawyers.
At the same time, it is being said that the questioning session will be recorded in audio and video. After two days, Chandrababu Naidu will be produced before the court by CID officers. Now it is being said that what questions Chandrababu will be asked and what answers he will give will become key.
A big suspense is going on about what option Chandrababu has and what he will do next. Chandrababu Naidu's lawyers are said to be discussing how to go forward. Chandrababu is expected to move the Supreme Court in the case next.
In the wake of facing shocks in the AP High Court and ACB Courts, Chandrababu reportedly decided to move the Supreme Court. As part of this, his lawyers might knock on the doors of the Supreme Court. As Lokesh is in Delhi already, the work for the same has started reportedly.
It is said that a few leaders suggested approaching the Supreme Court against the High Court's verdict while few others raised doubt about facing a similar situation in the Supreme Court if the shreds of evidence are strong. At the same time, Lokesh is said to be discussing things with Supreme Court senior lawyers, not just the party leaders.