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    Former Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu has been granted anticipatory bail by the Andhra Pradesh High Court. The bail is in relation to cases registered against him by the AP CID at the ACB Special Court, including the Inner Ring Road (IRR), free sand, and liquor license cases. The Court has directed Naidu to be available for further questioning by authorities. The Court has also granted bail to former Excise Minister Kollu Ravindra and Excise Commissioner IS Naresh in the liquor case.

    Senior Supreme Court advocate Sidharth Luthra and senior High Court lawyers Dammalapati Srinivas and Posani Venkateswarlu argued on behalf of Chandrababu Naidu. They stated that a false case had been registered against their client in the IRR case, as no such road was ever built in Amaravati. The APCID, represented by Advocate General S Sriram and Additional Advocate General Ponnavolu Sudhakar Reddy, opposed the granting of anticipatory bail, citing that they had already filed for a PT warrant at the ACB Special Court.

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    Chandrababu Naidu was previously granted bail in the skill scam case on November 20, 2023, by the High Court. However, his quash petition in the same case is still pending before the Supreme Court.

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