- AP CID police who went to Raghurama’s house
- Possibility to give notices to come to trial
- The MP is preparing for a visit to Narsapuram on Thursday
CID officials said they had come to issue notices to Raghuram to appear for trial in previous cases but did not give any information on the notices being issued in any case. However, the apex court had earlier ruled that Raghuram should not be arrested. However Raghurama had already announced that he was going to Narasapuram on Thursday. He will be touring in Narasapuram for two days. Now coming to give CID notices is a topic of discussion.
Raghuram was arrested by CID officials on May 14. He was taken into custody at his residence in Hyderabad and shifted to Guntur. He was arrested on charges of tarnishing the image of the government. A case has been registered against the MP under sections 124 (A), 153 (B), 505 IPC, 120 (B). The MP alleged that he was severely beaten by the police after his arrest. His legs were swollen from those blows. He underwent medical tests at Guntur GGH. The High Court ruled that there were no injuries on the body.
Raghurama immediately filed a petition in the Supreme Court on medical examinations. The court gave key directions. He was directed to be shifted to Secunderabad Army Hospital for medical examination. He is in judicial custody .. The Telangana High Court has ordered the appointment of a judicial officer to oversee the medical examination. The orders of the AP Chief Secretary, Telangana High Court and the Registrar General are to be implemented. The Supreme Court ordered that the medical examination be videographed and submitted to the court in a sealed cover. The Army conducted the examination at the hospital and submitted a report to the court.
According to the Army Hospital report, Raghurama suffered a fractured left toe and other injuries. Raghuram’s lawyer Mukul Rohatgi argued that this meant that CID officials were harassing the MP. CID lawyer Dave said they did not know if Raghurama Raju had sustained the injury. Lawyers on both sides made their arguments louder. While Rohatgi was trying to point out the government’s shortcomings, Dave, a lawyer for the CID, objected. The court granted conditional bail after heated arguments over the bail petition.
Since then, MP Jagan has been targeting the government. He said he would resign from his post two days ago.