The case of horse-trading of BRS MLAs is gaining momentum in Telangana. Now the investigation of this matter has been handed over to the CBI by the High Court. Giving information about this, BJP leader and advocate Advocate Ram Chandra Rao has welcomed the decision of the High Court.BJP leader and advocate Ram Chandra Rao said that the High Court transferred the case of horse-trading of BRS MLAs to the CBI. Is. Not only this, the Telangana High Court has also canceled the SIT constituted to investigate the matter.
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On the night of October 26, based on a complaint by P Rohit Reddy, one of the BRS MLAs, a case was registered against Ramachandra Bharati alias Satish Sharma, Nand Kumar and Simhaji Swamy under relevant sections – criminal conspiracy, offer of bribe and provisions of the Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988. Cases were registered under According to the FIR, Rohit Reddy alleged that the accused offered him Rs 100 crore. In return, he had put a condition that he would have to leave TRS and join BJP.
Four BRS MLAs Pilot Rohit Reddy, B Harshavardhan Reddy, Rega Kantha Rao and Guvwala Balraju have complained of receiving threat calls from unknown persons. He has been asked over phone to leave BRS and join BJP. Allegedly the inducement of money was also given. Cases under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code have been registered at Raidurgam, Banjara Hills, Ghatkesar and Gachibowli police stations following a complaint by the MLAs.
Explain that based on the complaint of Pilot Rohit Reddy, one of the BRS MLAs, on the night of October 26, three accused — Ramachandra Bharti, Kore Nand Kumar and Simhayaji Swamy — were booked under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and the Prevention of Corruption Act. Cases were registered under MLAs of KCR’s party had alleged that an attempt was made to bribe us to switch sides. PLC/GT