Court Directs Probe Team To Issue Notice To BJP Leader In Poaching Case

Court Directs Probe Team To Issue Notice To BJP Leader In Poaching Case

The courtroom posted the matter to November 29.

Hyderabad:

The Telangana High Court on Wednesday directed the Special Investigation Team probing the alleged try to poach TRS MLAs, to once more serve discover on BJP chief B L Santhosh, who’s but to seem earlier than the SIT.

Earlier, the Telangana SIT had issued notices to BJP National General Secretary (Organisation) Mr Santhosh and others to seem earlier than it for questioning on November 21. However, they didn’t flip up earlier than the probe panel.

One advocate, who was additionally summoned by the SIT, had appeared earlier than it.

Telangana Advocate General B S Prasad knowledgeable the courtroom that regardless of the discover being served, Mr Santhosh didn’t seem earlier than the SIT and that he had sought time (from the panel) on the bottom that he had scheduled tour programmes and that he wished ample time with out indicating as to the date for look.

After listening to the matter, the High Court directed the SIT to once more serve contemporary discover below Section 41A of the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC) to Mr Santhosh giving cheap time to seem earlier than the investigation group.

Hearing a petition filed by the Telangana unit of BJP in search of keep of the discover issued by the SIT to Santhosh, the courtroom on November 19 stated the BJP chief shall cooperate with the investigating authorities, whereas directing that he shouldn’t be arrested till additional orders.

The courtroom posted the matter to November 29.

A grievance was lodged by TRS MLA Pilot Rohith Reddy, amongst 4 legislators, towards three individuals — Ramachandra Bharati alias Satish Sharma, Nanda Kumar and Simhayaji Swamy — on October 26.

As per the FIR copy, Rohith Reddy alleged that the accused provided him Rs 100 crore and in return the legislator needed to depart the TRS and contest as a BJP candidate within the subsequent Assembly election.

The Telangana authorities on November 9 ordered the organising of a seven-member SIT to probe into the alleged poaching of the MLAs.
 

(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV workers and is revealed from a syndicated feed.)

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