The Supreme Court on Thursday cancelled the bail petition filed by YSR Congress party president and Kadapa MP YS Jagan Mohan Reddy in connection with the quid pro quo case.It’s been 348 days since Jagan was arrested. The court directed the CBI to wind up investigation into the case within four months. If the probe doesn’t happen, Jagan can apply for a bail again in the trial court.
It is learnt that the CBI has now assured the court that the probe will be completed within the stipulated time.A bench headed by Justice Sathasivan and Justice Iqbal pronounced the verdict.
This came as a major disappointment for scores of Jagan’s fans at the party office as well as the court premises in Delhi who were hoping to receive some good news.