Hyderabad: The CBI, investigating into the
cases relating to YSR Congress Chief Y S Jaganmohan Reddy and
Emaar Properties land deal on Wednesday issued 30 more notices to
various firms and individuals.
"The process of examining of the accused (who were
earlier served notices) is going on. As part of investigations
about 30 more notices have been issued today in connection
with both the cases," CBI sources said.
Meanwhile, Enforcement Department officials reportedly
met the CBI officials here today in connection with the cases.
The CBI which has been investigating two cases relating
to investments by various firms into the businesses of Kadapa
MP Jaganmohan Reddy, son of late Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister
Y S Rajasekhar Reddy, and alleged irregularities in the APIIC-
Emaar properties land deal has also questioned different
persons so far.
The CBI after registering cases against Jagan and Emaar
land deal on August 17 conducted searches for three days at
different locations, including the MP`s residence besides
office premises of those investing companies.
The ED had yesterday registered cases under the
Prevention of Money Laundering Act against Jagan and 73 others
who have been listed as accused in the CBI FIR. Similarly, the
ED registered Enforcement Case Information Report (ECIR) in
connection with the APIIC-Emaar land deal.
With regard to Emaar deal, CBI has conducted extensive
searches at the residence of B P Acharya, senior IAS officer
and former Chairman and Managing Director of Andhra Pradesh
Industrial Infrastructure Corporation (APIIC), and the office
of Emaar here and also seized certain documents.
The scrutiny of the seized material including documents,
laptops, hard-disks were on, CBI sources said.