Amaravati: Attacks by prime accused on judiciary alarming says Yanamala Ramakrishnudu
Former Minister and senior TDP leader Yanamala Ramakrishnudu on Sunday called upon all sections of the Indian society to condemn the ongoing attacks by the prime accused persons in different cases on the courts and the judges
Amaravati: Former Minister and senior TDP leader Yanamala Ramakrishnudu on Sunday called upon all sections of the Indian society to condemn the ongoing attacks by the prime accused persons in different cases on the courts and the judges.
Yanamala termed it as 'alarming' and 'frightening' that those accused in serious cases of money laundering and huge corruption were targetting the judiciary itself without any fear of the laws of the land. All the judges should come together and condemn the attacks on the judicial autonomy.
In a statement here, the Opposition Leader in AP Legislative Council asserted that every citizen should treat the AP Chief Minister's letter to the Chief Justice of India with the seriousness it deserves. If proper and timely action was not taken against such gross acts of misconduct, those accused in serious cases would get emboldened further.
Yanamala demanded that the CM's letter to the CJI be considered as a clear case of contempt of the court. In this case, the contempt was relating to an issue involving none other than the Chief Justice of India himself. There was a stronger need than ever before to protect the autonomy of the courts and the judges.
Stating that the Jagan Reddy regime was destroying AP, Yanamala deplored that the Chief Minister and his Ministers and his advisors were deliberately and fearlessly undermining all the Constitutional institutions in the State.
The ruling party leaders had weakened all the four pillars of democracy. Demolitions were started with Praja Vedika which was built with people's money. Then, established systems came under attack even as the future of the State was being pushed into darkness.