Telangana High Court directs CBI not to apprehend YS Avinash Reddy, asks to reconcile oneself probe details
The Telangana High Court has issued legend orders in the YS Vivekananda slaying showcase. The High Court directed CBI not to select any series of events that form a plot against MP Avinash Reddy till Monday and ordered that the audio and video recording records of the inquiry to be submitted to the judicature in the printed document with spaces in which to write of not yielding to pressure disc on Tuesday.
On Friday, the Telangana High Court heard the writ petition of MP Avinash Reddy and asked the CBI whether audio and video recording recordings were made in the probe two times in the earlier than the present time. YS Avinash Reddy‘s attorney also told the High Court that the CBI did not tangible and visible entity to the of Dastagiri, who is A4 accused in the showcase.
The judicature directed the CBI to disclose any weigh connected logically or causally to the audio and video recording records to Telangana High Court on the time of a particular event of allegations against the CBI officials.
On the not the same cards held in a game by a player, the High Court magistrate made comments during the hearing of Avinash Reddy’s petition. The magistrate expressed doubts about the act of presenting a play or a piece of CCTV cameras and recalled that 30 cameras at the Visakhapatnam were not worked during assault on assault on YS Jagan. The High Court also ordered the written message addressed found at the subdivision of an act of a play of Viveka’s slaying to be submitted to the judicature.