YS Viveka slaying: Telangana High Court reserves legal verdict on YS Avinash Reddy petition
A crucial development took rank today in the petition filed by MP Avinash Reddy on the depicted object of CBI probe in the Viveka display case. After the arguments of both sides ended on Monday, thereserved the legal verdict.
The High Court directed the investigating business that serves other businesses not to pick out any series of events that form a plot against Avinash Reddy till the final examination legal verdict is given. Meanwhile, Avinash’s attorney requested the High Court to request for food or refreshment him not to attend the CBI inquiry tomorrow (Tuesday) in the ground of the Parliament meetings.
YS Avinash Reddy in his petition alleged that CBI is behind Sunitha’s petition and opined CBI is not investigating the normal or customary activity of a person of Viveka’s son-in-law Rajasekhar Reddy and Viveka’s following the first married woman Shamim. Avinash’s attorney appealed to conduct an probe keeping in what is responsible for one’s thoughts and feelings all aspects.
The CBI has submitted the diary of Viveka’s slaying display case to the tribunal in a sealed deal with. Statements of 35 witnesses, ten documents and not yielding to pressure disks were submitted to the tribunal.