High Court advocates committee demands CBI enquiry

High Court advocates committee demands CBI enquiry
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High Court Advocates Committee and Editors Association demanded the Centre hand over the vote for note and phone tapping cases to CBI. Convenor of the Advocates’ Committee DSNV Prasad Babu and president of Editors Association VVR Krishnamraju addressing a media conference here on Sunday said that they wrote a letter to Union Home Ministry for CBI inquiry. 

Eluru: High Court Advocates Committee and Editors Association demanded the Centre hand over the vote for note and phone tapping cases to CBI. Convenor of the Advocates’ Committee DSNV Prasad Babu and president of Editors Association VVR Krishnamraju addressing a media conference here on Sunday said that they wrote a letter to Union Home Ministry for CBI inquiry.

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“It has been more than a year and despite the claims of respective State governments that there is clear evidence, there is no progress whatsoever in the cases. No action has been initiated so far and there are allegations that the State governments came to a compromise and are delaying the cases,” they said.

The duo expressed concern that the due to the delay in investigation, evidence might disappear. “In both cases the accused are heads of the Telugu-speaking States and the Centre has to order CBI to enquire the cases. As many as 150 cases have filed against Chandrababu Naidu and K Chandrashekar Rao and now both have conveniently forgotten the cases,” they alleged.

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