AP Govt In No Mood to Leave Narayana That Easily?

Fri May 13 2022 16:23:49 GMT+0530 (IST)

The much-talked-about 10th class question paper leakage issue took a big turn after former Minister Narayana was arrested from his house. Saying that the pieces of evidence are against him, the Chittor Police went all the way to Hyderabad and arrested him, and shifted him to Andhra Pradesh.



As a big twist, a lower court in Andhra Pradesh had granted bail to Telugu Desam Party senior leader Narayana. Hinting at another trouble for him, a petition was filed in the court seeking the cancelation of the bail granted to him. The petitioners said that leaking papers is not a small thing and this should be encouraged.

Andhra Pradesh additional AG Sudhakar Reddy had filed the petition against Narayana's bail. During the arguments, he told the court that Narayana had a role to play in the leakage issue and the issue is related to the future of young minds and this needs a special punishment.

Hearing the petition, the district court said that the next hearing will be heard on the 24th of this month. Former Minister Narayana was served notice by the court in this regard. All eyes are now on the court to know what the court will decide in this matter.

All these developments show how adamant the Andhra Pradesh government is in proving Narayana culprit in the issue. The YCP leaders including Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy have been saying that it was TDP leaders show leaked the papers and they did this to bring a bad name to the government.

Days after CM said the same, TDP leader and former Minister Narayana was arrested in a dramatic turn of events. Narayana's family members alleged that the arrest was made without even giving any notice. However, the ruling party leaders defended it by saying that due process was followed in arresting him.

After Narayana got the bail, the YSRCP leaders started attacking Narayana and TDP saying that Narayana got the bail despite doing the wrong thing of leaking the paper so that students studying in his schools can get good marks and secure good ranks at the state level.