Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister, Nara Chandrababu Naidu is having tuff time these days. He has been experienced bitter movements while his involvement had exposed in the ‘Cash for Vote’ scam. Freshly, Supreme Court orders makes him uncomfortable in the issue.
The SC has instructed to Andhra Pradesh High Court to complete the hearing of ‘Cash for Vote’ case within the four weeks. Earlier, YSRC Congress Party MLA Alla Ramakrishna Reddy filed a petition requesting to give stay orders on quash petition filed by AP Chief Minister Mr. Naidu in the High Court.
Ramakrishna Reddy brought to the SC notice that importance of speed up the investigation and also explained the effect of delaying the investigation on the case. His lawyer has brought to the SC notice that ACB court has speedup the investigation with the satisfaction over submitting the proofs in the case. But, Mr. Naidu tried to make the investigation delay by getting the stay from the High Court in the form of quash petition.
Lawyer of the YSRCP MLA Ramakrishna Reddy requested Supreme Court to suspend the High Court stay order. However, Supreme Court has given orders to speed up the investigation of ‘Cash for Vote’ and also clarified that if the petitioner will not get the satisfaction over the hearing of High Court on the case, he may appeal to the Supreme Court once again.
Naidu’s name was figure out in the ‘Cash for Vote’ scam that came into light when Telangana TDP leader A Revanth Reddy allegedly offered bribe to nominated TRS MLA Stephenson during MLC elections. Revant has been arrested and was released on bail. YSRCP has achieved the partial victory over its political rival, TDP Chief N. Chandrababu Naidu through the Supreme Court orders in the case. The party decided to continue the fight with the same spirit until the final judgment in the ‘Cash for Vote’ scame.