Nara Chandrababu Naidu is currently in Rajahmundry Central Jail facing remand in AP Skill Development Scam case. He has approached ACB Court, High Court and now Supreme Court with quash petition. Supreme Court has decided to hear arguments about Section 17(A) application on him in APSDS case and also Fibernet case. Hence, they have decided to hear arguments in Nara Chandrababu Naidu cases on Tuesday.
The bench has accepted to hear anticipatory bail petition in Fibernet case along with APSDS. APCID and government representative advocate Mukul Rohtagi tried to argue that Section 17(A) won’t be applicable to Nara Chandrababu Naidu. As the offenses happened before the law came into application. Supreme Court listened to his arguments and then asked him key questions as well. When he seemed to state the obvious again, they moved on to Fibernet case. Supreme Court has decided to hear both pleas at the same time.
Harish Salve and Siddharth Luthra represented Nara Chandrababu Naidu and Salve agreed for Tuesday postponement. He could not be physically present and hence, virtually he talked to bench. Luthra appeared physcially and tried to evoke Section 17(A) in Fibernet case too. Hence, Supreme Court has decided to listen to arguments on a miscellenous date and hence, postponed to Tuesday.
In the meantime, Luthra stated that AP CID could arrest Nara Chandrababu Naidu. Supreme Court has ordered CID to not arrest him till Wednesday. Meanwhile, Nara Lokesh has expressed concerns about NCBN health while jail officers denied any major issues.
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