Quid-pro-quo case: Court allows Vijay Sai Reddy to visit Delhi
The special CBI court allowed the plea of V Vijay Sai Reddy, an accused in `quid-pro-quo investments` case involving Jaganmohan Reddy`s firms, seeking permission to go to Delhi.
Hyderabad: The special CBI court here on Thursday allowed the plea of V Vijay Sai Reddy, an accused in `quid-pro-quo investments` case involving YSR Congress chief Y S Jaganmohan Reddy`s firms, seeking permission to go to Delhi.
Vijay Sai Reddy, who was Jagan`s auditor, is to appear before the Enforcement Directorate in Delhi in connection with the case.
The court allowed his plea after the CBI said it had no objection, but he should inform whenever he travels to Delhi.
The court while granting him bail on October 8 had directed him not to leave Hyderabad without prior permission.
Meanwhile, former Andhra Pradesh minister Mopidevi Venkataramana Rao, another accused in VANPIC aspect of the case, today surrendered before the court, after which the court sent him in judicial custody till October 31.
The court had on September 17 granted interim bail to Mopidevi on medical grounds.
The case in which Sai is an accused relates to allegations that several companies invested money in Jagan`s companies in return for government favours when his father, the late Y S Rajasekhara Reddy, was the Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh.