The Telangana Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) on Wednesday started questioning TDP leader Vem Narendar Reddy regarding the cash-for-vote case and served a crisp notification to TDP legistrator Sandra Venkata Veeraiah. Narendar Reddy showed up at the ACB office in Banjara Hills here in the wake of being served a notification by the test organization.
“Questioning was going on,” said M Malla Reddy, Superintendent of Police, ACB. Narendar Reddy had unsuccessfully challenged the Telangana Legislative Council race hung on June 1, 2015.
The ACB on Wednesday issued another notice to TDP MLA Veeraiah, who speaks to Sattupally voting demographic in Khammam area. The notification was glued outside the MLA’s home here, which read “In perspective of the case enrolled, you are thusly asked for to show up before the ACB as you are familiar with the realities and circumstances of this case.”
The notice, issued under area 160 of Criminal Procedure Code, further expressed: “You are obliged to consent to this notification and show up before the workplace of Anti-Corruption Bureau at Banjara Hills, without come up short, before 5 PM on June 19.” The ACB authorities had on Tuesday night issued notification to both Veeraiah and Narendar Reddy.
On May 31, 2015 Telangana TDP MLA Revanth Reddy was gotten by ACB alongside Bishop Harry Sebastian and R Uday Simha while professedly paying a pay off of Rs 50 lakh to Elvis Stephenson, a selected MLA, for supporting the TDP candidate in Legislative Council decision. Revanth Reddy and two others are judicial custody and lodged in Cherlapally Central Prison here.
In a related advancement, Stephenson and two others showed up before a justice here to record their announcements. Stephenson has stopped a dissention with ACB asserting that he was offered the influence to vote for TDP chosen one.