Jagan Mohan reddy formed the government in 2019 May. Has been facing a lot of issues politically and on par with the government officials lately. Now he is also busy with court issues not only personally but also govt wise. The current rumor in Andhra Pradesh state is that Jagan Mohan Reddy is not at all happy with his lawyers and the way they are dealing with the courts when it comes to defending him or his govt in courts. Let's see what really happened in this arena.
The government has arranged SIT hearings on irregularities during the TDP government rule. Led by Raghunatha Reddy, an IPS officer, he focused on land purchases in the capital. A few days ago ... CID's officials registered a case claiming that TDP people had purchased various lands. SIT, which took those cases into consideration ... began searching for four days. SIT officials who raided some houses in Krishna and Guntur district have conducted searches at former minister Prattipati Pullarao Benami.
Prattipati Pullarao's relatives petitioned the SIT over High Court. As there is no one to complain, the High Court has asked the CID why they have registered the case ... The High Court has ordered the suspension of all proceedings in the case filed by the CID in Mangalgiri. Sitaramaraju and Krishnamurthy of Kanchikacharas have filed petitions in the High Court claiming that the CID has registered a case against them. Petitioners told the court that they did not buy any assigned land. The High Court went surprised at how nobody gave any complaint.
As there are no complaints regarding this and this just looks like an act of revenge over the previous regime of Chandrababu Naidu's rule, the Court asked the officers of SIT to do everything by Book only.
Not only this case but YS Jagan Mohan Reddy the Andhra Pradesh chief minister is also facing huge drawbacks with various cases the government and officials are dealing with. Previously in 4-5 cases, the govt has got shocking replies from the high court. Now Jagan wants some new lawyers to help him come out of all these court issues.