The murder case of former MP YS Vivekananda Reddy is a much-talked-about one in Andhra Pradesh. The premiere agency Central Bureau of Investigation has been probing the matter and the accused are grilled at regular intervals. All eyes are on the case to see what happens next.
Kadapa MP YS Avinash Reddy is facing allegations in the case. He was earlier grilled by the officers and the MP has been missing the CBI interrogation of late. He missed the sessions thrice in a row and there is a debate that the CBI officers might arrest the MP in the case.
Amid this, the Supreme Court said no to the request made by the MP in this case. Many say that the path for the MP's arrest and he might be picked up. These reports are seeing momentum with the verdict given by the Supreme Court in the case.
Now Andhra Pradesh Government advisor Sajjala Ramakrishna Reddy reacted to the issue and alleged fake news spread by a section of the media. Sajjala said that what the section of media is spreading is not true and the government is not trying to save the MP.
Sajjala went on to say that in contrast to what a section of the media is trying to spread false news that central forces would come to Kurnool to arrest Avinash Reddy and this is also not true.
Rubbishing the reports of the government trying to save Avinash Reddy in the case, Sajjala Ramakrishna Reddy said that the section of media is trying to spread the fake news at a time when Avinash Reddy's mother is not well which is not fair.