Court Announces More Conditions For Chandrababu Naidu!
In response to the petition filed by the AP CID, the High Court bench issued a few more conditionsBy: Tupaki Desk | 31 Oct 2023 11:09 AM GMT
The grand old Telugu Desam Party and its chief Chandrababu Naidu faced a much-needed relief. Earlier today, the High Court of Andhra Pradesh granted an interim bail for four weeks on the health grounds. The Court reserved the verdict yesterday and said that the verdict will be pronounced on Tuesday.
Giving the verdict, the High Court granted four weeks of interim bail on health grounds. A few conditions were also imposed by the Court while granting the bail. Now the Court leveled other conditions.
In response to the petition filed by the AP CID, the High Court bench issued a few more conditions. The Court said that Chandrababu Naidu should not take out any rallies or speak to the media till tomorrow. Having said that the Court directed CBN's lawyers to file the counter.
As Chandrababu Naidu is expected to walk out of the court after a long time, TDP cadres started massive celebrations, and media reports claimed that they might even carry out rallies. In the wake of this, the court imposed additional conditions on Chandrababu.
These are the conditions the Court imposed earlier while giving bail to Chandrababu Naidu in connection with the AP Skill Development scam on health grounds.
1. Chandrababu Naidu should not participate in any activities that are related to politics like events, meetings, and others.
2. He should not influence the witnesses in the case.
3. He was given bail in the case on health grounds and not on merit. The reason for the bail is for treatment. So he should be confined to his house and hospital where he will undergo treatment.
4. The Government requested the Court that two DSPs should be with Chandrababu as escort. In response, the Court issued directives to file a counter on this.
5. It is known that Chandrababu has security cover and the Union government gave him Z+ security Cover. The Court said that the security should be given following the rules and regulations of the Centre and the Court will not interfere in it.