CBI owes an explanation on its biased probe!

 The CBI, which has appropriately been
called the Congress Bureau of investigation by non-congress parties for its
partisan attitude in dealing with the cases involving the Congress adversaries,
owes an explanation to the nation, especially to the people of AP, on the
criteria for choosing its objects of investigation. 

The YSR Congress Party has time and
again asserted that the premier investigation agency is biased in its probe
against the party president Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy as CBI has adopted a dual

The YSRCP’s charges against CBI have
been buttressed by the modus operandi
the agency has adopted in the 26 GOs’ case involving more than half a dozen

The counsel for the former excise
minister Mopidevi Venkataramana, who has been in jail for more than three
months, has rightly complained to the Nampally CBI court on Monday the agency
has been adopting a dual policy in dealing with the accused in the Vanpic case. 

The officials of the agency now need
to give an explanation as to why it didn’t object to the anticipatory bail
application of Minister Dharmana Prasada Rao who is named along with Mopidevi
Venkataramana in the Vanpic charge sheet. 

It also has a responsibility to
explain how Dharmana can’t tamper with evidence while being a minister and how
Mopidevi, a jailed former minister can tamper with evidence in the case.

 The CBI has to give concrete and
convincingly reasonable evidence as to why it didn’t proceed as yet against ministers
Kanna Lakshminarayana, Sabitha Indra Reddy, Geeta Reddy and Ponnala Lakshmaiah
who were responsible for the issuance of 26 GOs. 

YSR Congress has many a time charged
that the CBI’s investigation was faulty from the very beginning and it has been
targeting only Jagan. The party’s stand has also been vindicated when the CBI
had to clarify recently in the court that Jagan had no relation with the Vanpic
case and Vanpic case is not part of the Jagan’s properties case.

(Updated on Oct,02,2012)



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