YSR Assets
Andhra Pradesh ~ India ~ International ~ City ~ Entertainment ~ Business ~ Sports ~ Technology ~ Health ~ Features
Districts ~ State Politics ~ District Officials ~ Tollywood ~ Telangana News Online ~ Praja Rajyam Online
Home / Andhra Pradesh News / 2007 / October / October 12, 2007
Retired Judge of High Court to probe assets issue
YSR, CBN Assets Probe

Lok Satta Party for special court to deal YSR and CBN assets row
Favors confiscation of properties if charges are true

Chandrababu Naidu rejects YSR offer on asset probe
Says only sitting judge can render justice

YSR leaves assets probe to Naidu
Cautions not to cross Lakshman Rekaha

Retired Judge of High Court to probe assets issue
YSR keen on inquiry as his image is at stake

State Government decides to order judicial inquiry into assets
YSR and Chandrababu Naidu assets to be cheked

Top News

Retired Judge of High Court to probe assets issue

YSR keen on inquiry as his image is at stake

Hyderabad, October 12, 2007

The recent series of events in regard to properties held by Chief Minister Dr. YS Rajasekhara Reddy and TDP President N Chandrababu Naidu is reaching new level every day. It may be recalled that the TDP President accused the Chief Minister of earning Rs. 1 crore per hour through dubious means. Reacting sharply over his comments, the Chief Minister, Dr. YS Rajasekhara Reddy offered to probe on himself and also on Chandrababu Naidu and asked in Naidu is ready for it. With Chandrababu Naidu accepting the challenge, the Government decided to go ahead and put in an inquiry commission. The demand of TDP for inquiry commission by a sitting Judge of High Court but the State Government has decided to hand over the case to a retired Judge of the AP High Court.

Sources say that the Apex Court in a judgment on April 9, 2007 said that no High Court Judge should be spared for such inquires. The ruling also stated that all judicial inquiries will have to be conducted by the retired High Court judges only. In this context, the State Government is likely to announce the judicial inquiry commission on Monday. The Chief Minister wanted to write to Supreme Court requesting it to spare a High Court Judge into the probe.

The Chief Minster wanted the probe to be ordered at any cost as his personal image was at stake. Even if the TDP rejects the probe by a retired High Court Judge, Chandrababu Naidu comes under its purview once the Government frames the terms and reference.

Andhra Pradesh on October 12, 2007

One dead and six injured in a fireworks blast in Rajahmundry
Crackers exposition in a two storeyed building

Retired Judge of High Court to probe assets issue
YSR keen on inquiry as his image is at stake

Vacation to AP High court from October 15
Court to remain closed between October 15 and 18

Chief Minister to tour Mangalagiri
Guntur district in-charge collector announces minor changes in CM schedule

S Ananda Reddy is the new Lokayukta
Administered oath of office by Governor

ONGC Human Resources Meet begins at Visakhapatnam Vizaginfo.com
Chairman stress importance of HR in business

Divis Laboratories gets National Safety Award Vizaginfo.com
Awarded in Industrial Safety Category for 2005

TDP Mahila President Roja to visit Vakapalli Vizaginfo.com
Charged Government trying to guard the guilty

One held on Dowry harassment charge GajuwakaInfo.com
Gajuwaka police arrests Nageswararao

Amudalavalasa Railway Godowns brought down SrikakulamInfo.com
About 150 small shops now out of business

October 12 in History

Events and happenings on 12 October in History

12 October 2001
Highlights: Violence near Charminar

12 October 2002
Highlights: Congress delegation submits letter to Governor

12 October 2003
Highlights: Babu Mohan son dies in a road accident

12 October 2004

12 October 2005
Highlights: Blast in Task Force Office puts Hyderabad on alert

12 October 2006
Highlights: Development package for old city announced

12 October 2007
Highlights: One dead and six injured in a fireworks blast in Rajahmundry

Suggested pages for your additional reading
AndhraNews.net on Facebook

© 2000-2018 AndhraNews.net. All Rights Reserved and are of their respective owners.
Disclaimer, Terms of Service & Privacy Policy | Contact Us