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Cash-for-Vote Scam: HC Reserves Judgment on Revanth’s Bail Plea

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[dropcap]H[/dropcap]igh Court of Hyderabad has reserved its judgment on bail plea of the main accused in the cash-for-vote scam, Revanth Reddy to June 30. While Revanth’s advocates said that main investigation into the case is over and that he can be granted bail as he’s a public representative.

The advocate general of Telangana state, who is arguing on behalf of ACB, said that bail shouldn’t be granted to Revant Reddy. The lawyers have also said that source of the amount involved in the cash-for-vote is yet to be ascertained. In case, bail is granted to Revanth Reddy, he can tamper with the evidences and can influence the witnesses in the case, argued ACB. It may be recalled that Revanth Reddy was arrested 25 days ago by ACB after they allegedly caught him redhanded while striking a criminal deal with a nominated MLA to Telangana assembly–Elvis Stephenson.

(Phani B) 

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Governor Narasimhan Can Look into Cash-for-Vote Scam: Attorney General

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[dropcap]A[/dropcap]ttorney General of India, Mukhul Rohatgi has given guidelines to Andhra Pradesh and Telangana governor  ESL Narasimhan with regards to cash-for-vote scam.  Mr Rohatgi has said that governor will have all the authority–under Section-8 of Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act—to look into the case. In an interview to a leading news channel, he has said that governor can ask police of both the states to handle law and order. It may be recalled that governor ESL Narasimhan has been reeling under alleged criticism from TDP leaders for not implementing section eight, especially after the infamous cash-for-vote scam hit the headlines.

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Governor Can Look into Cash-for-Vote Scam: Attorney General

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[dropcap]A[/dropcap]ttorney General of India, Mukhul Rohatgi has given guidelines to Andhra Pradesh and Telangana governor  ESL Narasimhan with regards to cash-for-vote scam.  Mr Rohatgi has said that governor will have all the authority–under Section-8 of Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act—to look into the case. In an interview to a leading news channel, he has said that governor can ask police of both the states to handle law and order. It may be recalled that governor ESL Narasimhan has been reeling under alleged criticism from TDP leaders for not implementing section eight, especially after the infamous cash-for-vote scam hit the headlines.

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