CBI again questions BCCI chief in Jagan case
Hyderabad: BCCI chief and India Cements Managing Director N Srinivasan on Saturday appeared before the CBI for the second time in connection with the disproportionate assets cases against YSR Congress chief Jaganmohan Reddy.
He had deposed before the CBI earlier this week on Monday also.
Sleuths of the central probe agency had questioned Srinivasan at the Dilkusha Guest House here.
CBI is probing the alleged investments made by Srinivasan`s company India Cements in the firms promoted by the Kadapa MP during the tenure of his father YS Rajasekhara Reddy as Andhra Pradesh chief minister, the sources said.
Some other cement companies are also likely to be asked about water and limestone allocations made to them during Rajasekhara Reddy`s tenure.
The CBI, in its three chargesheets filed against Jagan and others, has alleged that he and his father hatched a conspiracy to defraud the government, and the state government granted some favours to certain firms, which made investments in Jagan`s businesses as a quid pro quo.
Jagan is currently in judicial custody till June 25 and has been questioned by the CBI.
(With PTI inputs)
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