Chirala: Though government is at fault, court shouldn't have given Dr. Sudhakar's case to CBI says Amanchi Krishna Mohan
The former MLA of Chirala, Amanchi Krishna Mohan said that the high court shouldn’t have given ordered the Central Bureau of Investigation to probe the case of Dr. Sudhakar, even though if the government has done a mistake
Chirala: The former MLA of Chirala, Amanchi Krishna Mohan said that the high court shouldn't have given ordered the Central Bureau of Investigation to probe the case of Dr. Sudhakar, even though if the government has done a mistake. He opined that if the court orders for CBI inquiries for petty cases, the union government have to open the branches of CBI beside every police station in the state.
Celebrating the one-year completion of the government in the state by YSR Congress Party, its leaders wanted to garland the statue of YS Rajasekhara Reddy at Clock tower center in Chirala on Saturday. The supporters of Amanchi Krishna Mohan fielded one side of the statue waiting for their leader to come while the supporters of Karanam Venkatesh, Pothula Suneetha, Varikuti Amruthapani, Paleti Ramarao and others waited on the opposite side. The police, who had the information about a possible clash between them ordered the former MLA to complete his program first and asked the other leaders to wait and the leaders followed it.
After garlanding the YS Rajasekhara Reddy statue, Krishna Mohan called that the former chief minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu and his son Lokesh as cowards, who confined to Hyderabad fearing the chief minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy. He said that the people in the state are very much disappointed over the orders of the high court in Dr. Sudhakar's case. He demanded the government to contest the decision of the high court in the supreme court immediately.
He said that though a Reddy judicial officer recorded the statement of the doctor and presented the truth in his report, the court failed to find one honest officer in the state to investigate the case and ordered for CBI to probe it. He said that though if we assume the government did the mistake and the court orders for the CBI investigation, then the central government should open the branches of the CBI beside every police station in the state.