Supreme Court has been hearing arguments in Nara Chandrababu Naidu quash petition case. The senior politician from Andhra Pradesh has been arrested in AP Skill Development Scam Case. AP CID officials have arrested him and he has been in custody over 40 days. Supreme Court has heard the arguments on 17th October from 2:00 PM from AP CID and NCBN lawyers. They have decided to give their judgement but reserved it till 20th October. Supreme Court has asked CID to not arrest him in Fibernet case till 20th.
Mukul Rohatgi presented case from AP CID and stated that PC Act and Section 17 cannot be applied in this case. He continued to show several judgements as examples. He asked Supreme Court to give time for investigation rather than quashing FIR. On the other hand, Harish Salve, NCBN lawyer, stated that arrest has been conducted without substantial proofs and procedure has not been followed. In the end, he pushed for interim bail petition as well. Supreme Court denied bail and stated that they will announce their judgement, soon.
Supreme Court has heard the arguments on the point, if Section 17(A) is applicable or not. They have asked Rohatgi and Salve to base their arguments majorly on this point. Salve strongly stated that NCBN has been arrested for political vendetta. While Rohatgi tried to point out that NCBN is indeed involved in corruption. Well, Supreme Court verdict in this regards is awaited. For now, NCBN will be hoping for relief from the Apex Court to boost his campaign for next elections.
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