Big Development In YS Viveka Case: Hyd Court To Start Hearing!

Thu Feb 09 2023 12:24:34 GMT+0530 (India Standard Time)

The much-talked-about death case of former MP YS Vivekananda Reddy is one of the most-discussed topics in the state. As he is the brother of former Chief Minister YSR, the issue raised many balls. It's been around four years since the issue happened and the guilty are yet to be arrested.

The issue went through a lot of twists and turns and the case investigation was shifted to Telangana from Andhra Pradesh. Viveka's daughter Sunitha filed a petition in the Supreme Court and the case was shifted to a fellow Telugu state for a better probe.

As a big development in the case, a special Central Bureau of Investigation(CBI) court in Hyderabad will start the hearing today. For this, five accused in the case will appear before the Nampally CBI court. All eyes are on the court to see what we will get to hear.

Sunil Yadav, Uma Shankar Reddy, and Devireddy Shiva Shankar Reddy who are in remand will be present before the court. The two other accused Gangireddy and Dastagiri who are on remand will also visit the court. After the case transfer, they are coming together.

It has to be mentioned here that the former driver of YS Viveka Dastagiri turned approver in the case and shared some revealing things. He alleged that big names are involved in this and he was assured money. His statement might also be recorded again in the case now.

There is a big criticism that the probe in the YS Viveka case is not going through at a good pace. The AP CID could not unearth big names and the case saw big development only after the premier investigating agency Central Bureau of Investigation(CBI) stepped in.

That too happened with the fight of YS Sunitha. She waged a big battle in the courts. She knocked on the doors of the High Court of Andhra Pradesh and the court gave orders to hand over the case to the central agency.

With the CBI stepping in, Dastagiri turned approver and took a few names as accused. The accused in the case challenged Dastagiri turning approver in the court earlier.