What Sharmila Feels on YS Viveka Case Transfer?

Sun Dec 04 2022 12:20:14 GMT+0530 (India Standard Time)

YS Sharmila became a big sensation in the state with the developments that took place as far as her padayatra is concerned. Violence broke out during the yatra and her caravan was attacked. After her arrest, YS Sharmila, chief of YSRTP YSR Telangana Party got bail from the court.

Now she made interesting comments on YS Vivekananda Reddy's case getting transferred to Telangana from Andhra Pradesh. The Chief Minister's sister said that she is hopeful of the truth coming out in the case.

YS Sunitha has been alleging that the case will not have a fair trial in Andhra Pradesh as big names are involved in this. The CBI also supported her claims and said that the accused and police have joined hands stopping the probe to happen freely.

Despite the CBI making shocking allegations against that, a few cops took the side of the accused and supported them, the Andhra Pradesh government led by YS Jagan Mohan Reddy did not take any action and a few cops reportedly received promotions.

This added fuel to the opinion that the Andhra Pradesh government might be diluting the probe as Kadapa MP Avinash Reddy is one of the suspects as per YS Sunitha Reddy, daughter of YS Vivekananda Reddy.

But YS Sharmila is not ready to believe this as she said she doesn't think the Andhra Pradesh government might be doing this. Talking about YS Sunitha's version Sharmila said that is the point of view of Sunitha.

These comments made by Sharmila raised many eyeballs as she earlier supported Sunitha saying she is the victim in the case as she lost her father.

YS Vivekananda Reddy's case is a sensation not only in Andhra Pradesh but across the nation. The former MP who is the brother of the former Chief Minister of the combined Andhra Pradesh YSR getting killed in his house raised many eyeballs.

YS Sunitha fought hard to make the CBI probe the matter and she even moved the Supreme Court. Now she knocked on the doors of the Apex Court to transfer the case to Telangana from Andhra Pradesh.