Hyderabad: As part of its investigation in
cases pertaining to YSR Congress chief Jaganmohan Reddy and
"irregularities" in APIIC-Emaar land deal, the CBI on Sunday issued notices to two firms and was in the process of serving
notices to other accused, including the YSR Congress chief.
"The examination (of accused) process would begin soon.
Notices have been issued to an official of Jagati Publications
here and another Bangalore-based firm today. More notices will
be served from tomorrow against all those who have been listed
as accused in both the cases. Notices will also be issued to
witnesses," a senior CBI officer said, adding, the agency will
also issue notice to Jaganmohan Reddy.
The CBI has issued notices asking the persons concerned
to appear before it in connection with the probe into the
investments by various firms in businesses of Jaganmohan Reddy
during his father`s tenure as Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh
He said the central agency was scrutinising the documents
and articles including hard-disks that were seized from
various office premises, business establishments besides
residences during the searches, that were carried out last
week at different firms that invested in the business entities
Responding to a query whether the CBI has asked banks to
freeze the accounts of Jaganmohan and others, the official
replied in the negative.
On August 17, CBI registered a case against Jagan, the
son of former Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister the late Y S
Rajasekhara Reddy, on the instructions of Andhra Pradesh High
Court, for offences like cheating, criminal conspiracy,
criminal breach of trust and under the Prevention of