KCR: It appears that BRS is attempting to create trouble for Chief Minister Revanth Reddy regarding the Note for Vote case. Former Minister Jagadish Reddy has approached the Supreme Court, requesting to transfer the case from Telangana to Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. He argues that with the Chief Minister being the prime accused, there’s a risk of him influencing the investigation.
Interestingly, Jagadish Reddy didn’t propose transferring the case to neighboring Andhra Pradesh or Karnataka. The absence of a request for Karnataka may be due to its Congress government, while Andhra Pradesh’s omission could stem from Jagan Mohan Reddy’s close ties with KCR and animosity towards Revanth Reddy, who’s aligned with Chandrababu Naidu.
Despite this, Jagadish Reddy didn’t seek the case’s transfer to Andhra Pradesh, possibly due to the upcoming elections there. KCR might be uncertain about Jagan’s reelection, fearing a potential shift in government that could undermine the case. Thus, Jagadish Reddy is advocating for the case to move to Madhya Pradesh.
A bench comprising Justice BR Gavai and Justice Sandeep Mehta will review the petition.
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