The trial in the High Court has started on the case of the poaching of MLAs. The Advocate General sought permission for a single bench to inquire into the orders of the Division Bench. Similarly, the AG told the bench that the CBI would pressurize to hand over the SIT files.
The Advocate General informed that CBI has once again written a letter to the CS. However, the High Court questioned how the Single Bench would proceed on the orders of the Division Bench. Similarly, the Division Bench made it clear that the Supreme Court is the final decision. If this is the case, the Supreme Court said that there is no need for an immediate hearing on the SIT petition and the hearing will be held on the 17th of this month. CJI refused to give status quo on it till then. The CJ did not agree to hear the government’s petition to stay the judgment in the High Court.
But the case of baiting MLAs takes a daily twist between state and central. Yesterday, the High Court passed an order to the government to bring the latest CJ permission. A hearing was held on the petition filed by the government before the single judge of the High Court to stay the judgment handed over the case of baiting the MLAs to the CBI for 3 weeks.
Should the petition filed by the government be investigated on this occasion or not? A single bench of Justice B Vijay Sen Reddy has clarified that permission should be taken from the Chief Justice. When the court asked the Deputy Solicitor General whether the CBI had registered an FIR in this regard, the Deputy Solicitor General said that the CBI has not yet registered the case and the government has not responded to the transfer of the MLAs purchase case despite writing three times.
However, the Advocate General brought to the notice of the court that the CBI was pressing to hand over the case files. As a result, the High Court asked how much time it would take to go to the Supreme Court for an appeal. The AG asked for a week’s time to go for the appeal. With this, the AG was instructed to take permission from the CJ to hear the petition. Due to this, there is widespread interest in this case.