Tolivelugu Crime Bureau: The poaching case of TRS MLAs is getting shadier with each passing day. The state government is not giving the case to the CBI even though the division bench of the high court upheld the single bench judgment. Even as the Supreme Court refuses to stay, the BRS government is not going down. The SP-level officer has written to the CS six times to hand over the details to the SIT. The state police are giving the Supreme Court an explanation. The Supreme Court refused to stay and postponed the further hearing to the 17th of this month. There is excitement about what will happen on Friday. CBI sources said that they will file a contempt of court case after tomorrow’s hearing that the High Court verdict is not being implemented.
CBI has cleared the ground
CBI officials formed a special team to investigate the farmhouse case. The FIR of Moinabad Police Station and the footage of that day were examined. The call data and tower locations of those who reached the CM were examined. The timings of police officers and spy cameras of MLAs were checked. It seems that there is a plan to interrogate someone without technically registering an FIR. According to the High Court judgment itself, how the videos reached the Chief Minister has to be decided, so it is reported that the process of questioning KCR has been prepared.
Nandakumar’s statement is crucial
CBI will first interrogate Nandakumar, who said that he will collect 100 crore rupees for the purchase of MLAs. There is a chance to issue notices to all only after recording the statement of how it was planned and who met whom.
The case is wrapped around the neck of the police
It is said that the zeal of the police officers made them face the CBI investigation. Did the Chief Minister receive the videos through the media? Who leaked it to the media? How did the CCTV footage that was supposed to be in the court get out? CBI has focused on many things like this. If any evidence is tampered with during the SIT investigation, there is a possibility of interrogating the police to know the details of all of them.