Avinash to attend the CBI enquiry on April 18
Hyderabad, April 17 (INN): YS Avinash Reddy, who is accused in YS Vivekananda Reddy's murder case, turned back from the gate of the CBI office. On the afternoon of Monday, MP Avinash Reddy left for the CBI office for investigation in the murder case of ex-minister YS Vivekananda Reddy, which caused a stir in the Telugu states.
Since the anticipatory bail petition hearing was already going on in the High Court, the CBI officials informed that he should come on April 18 at 10 am. He turned his convoy back and reached home again. After the arrest of father YS Bhaskar Reddy. CBI also issued notices to Avinash Reddy.
Interesting arguments were made in the High Court on Avinash's anticipatory bail petition. Avinash Reddy's lawyer brought it to the attention of the court that he was filing petitions whenever he was called for an investigation. It was argued that whenever they were called for an investigation, they obliged.
The CBI lawyer said that the Supreme Court has directed to complete the investigation of the case by April 30. The CBI lawyer said that whenever Avinash Reddy is called, he is obstructing the investigation by filing petitions in court.
News Posted: 17 April, 2023