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No bail for Naidu today, Supreme Court defers hearing to Oct 9

TDP chief N Chandrababu Naidu was arrested by the CID earlier final month. File Photograph.

The Supreme Courtroom on Tuesday deferred until October 9 listening to on a plea by TDP chief N Chandrababu Naidu difficult an Andhra Pradesh Excessive Courtroom order dismissing his petition to quash an FIR towards him within the Talent Improvement Company rip-off case.

A bench of Justices Aniruddha Bose and Bela M Trivedi requested senior advocate Mukul Rohatgi, showing for the Andhra Pradesh authorities, to put on report all supplies which have been produced earlier than the excessive courtroom in reference to the case.

Rohatgi mentioned Naidu’s petition for quashing the FIR ought to be rejected because the query of part 17A of the Prevention of Corruption Act doesn’t come up as the supply got here in July 2018, whereas the inquiry into the case was began in 2017 by the CBI.

Senior advocates Harish Salve, Abhisehk Singhvi and Siddharth Luthra, showing for Naidu, mentioned all of the allegations within the FIR pertains to the selections, directions or suggestions made by Naidu whereas being the chief minister of the state.

“This is nothing but a political case and the rigours of section 17A would apply in the matter,” Salve mentioned.

Luthra mentioned, “They are roping him in FIR after FIR” and it’s a clear case of regime change.

The bench mentioned it should take the matter up subsequent Monday.

Naidu, 73, was arrested on September 9 for allegedly misappropriating funds from the Talent Improvement Company when he was the chief minister in 2015, inflicting a purported lack of Rs 371 crore to the state exchequer. His judicial remand has been prolonged by the trial courtroom until October 5.

The CID, in its remand report, alleged that Naidu indulged in a “criminal conspiracy with the intention of fraudulent misappropriation or otherwise conversion of government funds for his own use, disposal of property which was under the control of a public servant, besides engaging in cheating, forging documents and destroying evidence”.

Naidu, the Telugu Desam Social gathering chief, had moved the highest courtroom on September 23, difficult the Andhra Pradesh Excessive Courtroom order dismissing his petition for quashing the FIR towards him in reference to the alleged rip-off.

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