Government closes doors to CBI

Government closes doors to CBI

The CBI team needs to get permission from the government before the investigation into any matter related to Andhra Pradesh. Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu said the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) officials should get government approval before entering Andhra Pradesh. The statement of the government has been tightened between Andhra Pradesh and the CBI, which has led to controversy.
 
The state government has also issued an order in this regard, in which CBI officials should first instruct the government before conducting any kind of investigation in the state or before conducting any kind of investigation. This should be followed by the written form. No official will be allowed to enter the state without a license. 
 
The order, issued this week, has revealed that the Delhi Special Police Establishment Act 1946 has been withdrawn. It is significant that the CBI was created under the Delhi Special Police Establishment Act 1946.
 
The Andhra government has issued such an order after the recent hearing of the CBI. Recently, CBI Director Alok Verma and investigating team number 2 Rakesh Astana have been accused of cheating. After that, two officers were pulled out of power and sent on vacation. Nageshwar Rao has been given directors' position till the investigation is over.
 
It is learned that the government has lost confidence in the investigating team after allegations of CBI being heard on information provided by Andhra Pradesh government sources.
 
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