Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy writes letter to Chief Justice of India lists alleges against SC Judge No 2 NV Ramana: Andhra CM’s big charge against SC number-2 judge, wrote 8-page letter to CJI – TDP gestures But our government wants to make it fall

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Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy has complained to Chief Justice of India (CJI) Sharad Arvind Bobde against Justice N.V. Ramana, the second most senior judge of the Supreme Court. Jaganmohan has written a letter in this regard to the CJI, stating that Justice Ramana is trying to influence the seating of the Andhra Pradesh High Court, including a roster of some respected judges.

The Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh has written a total of 8 pages in the name of CJI. It alleged that Justice Ramana’s TDP chief and former Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister was close to Chandrababu Naidu and wanted to topple the YSR Congress government at his behest. Also, the investigation by the Anti-Corruption Bureau has been mentioned against Justice Ramna’s two daughters in connection with the land transaction in Amravati in question. These transactions were done after Amaravati was declared the capital of Andhra Pradesh.

The letter to the CJI was written on 6 October and was released to media in Hyderabad on Saturday by Ajay Kallam, Jaganmohan’s chief advisor. In this case, ‘The Sunday Express’ sought information from the Secretary General of the Supreme Court, however no response was received.

The letter also mentions those occasions when cases related to the Telugu Desam Party were assigned to some respected judges. Apart from this, it said, “Ever since the YSR Congress Party took power in May 2019, orders have been ordered by Chandrababu Naidu’s government for all kinds of deals made between June 2014 and May 2019,” Since then Justice NV Ramana has been trying to influence the administration of justice in the state. ”

The CM has alleged that the High Court granted a stay on the investigation on the land transaction to former State Advocate General Dammalapathi Srinivas, while the Anti-Corruption Bureau filed an FIR against him. Let us tell you that on 15 September the High Court stopped the media from reporting the details of the FIR lodged by the ACB on the former Advocate General. This FIR was lodged against Srinivas for purchasing land in Amravati.

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