YSR Congress chief Jaganmohan Reddy will remain in jail for two more weeks with a CBI court on Monday extending his judicial remand till June 25 in a disproportionate assets case. The agency sought permission to carry out a lie detection test on him.
CBI stated in its petition that during the investigation it has emerged Jagan being the main beneficiary of all the ill-gotten money through various dubious methods including suspected hawala method.
Jagan, who has been sent to CBI custody twice, is the repository of entire information, document and details of alleged hawala transactions and he is keeping all the information close to his chest, the CBI said in its petition.
The agency further submitted that the investigation has revealed a chain of circumstances and multiple conspiracy with various persons, companies in Hyderabad and other parts of India and also foreign countries.
The CBI sought permission to administer the new scientific techniques on Jagan as there is a possibility that the information extracted could lead to uncovering of independent evidence which may be very relevant.