Naidu Trying to Sabotage Jagan’s Bail Chances: YSRCP

Ambati Rambabu

Hyderabad, Sept 17 (INN): Asserting that its party president Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy is within his constitutional right to seek bail as per the suggestion of the Supreme Court, YSRCP has said TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu is unnecessarily raising a hue and cry over the issue out of fear.

YSR Congress spokesperson Ambati Rambabu told media persons here today that Naidu has developed jitters with CBI completing its probe in the case and the bail chances of JaganMohan Reddy improving.

“After the bail chances of Jagan Mohan Reddy improved, Naidu developed cold feet and came back to Hyderabad winding up his so called self-pride Yatra,” Rambabu said and added: “For the last one week, Naidu has been working on a conspiracy to negate the bail chances with the fear of losing deposits in the next elections if bail is granted of our party chief.”

“As per the Supreme Court orders, the deadline for CBI to complete the probe and file the final charge sheet was over on Sept 9. While this is the fact, Naidu has stooped so low that he sent his Party MPs’ delegation to Delhi to try to adversely influence the investigating and other constitutional intuitions for denying bail to Jagan Mohan Reddy. This clearly shows that this is a politically motivated case,” Rambabu remarked.

He said TDP is facing a pitiable condition after it failed to win even a single by-election though YSRCP chief has been in jail. Describing Naidu’s Yatra as the self-protection Yatra, Rambabu said Naidu has been secretly trying to sabotage the bail chances while TDP MPs are openly indulging in the game.

The TDP president has experienced undue pleasure by comparing the case of Jagan Mohan Reddy to Nirbhaya case, he said.

Rambabu observed that Jagan Mohan Reddy has been in jail for the last 16 months even though he has not committed any crime. “Not even a single charge has yet been proved against him. In fact, Naidu committed an excess by giving a blank cheque to the centre to divide Telugu society.

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