Anam Vivekananda Reddy takes U turn, supports Jagan Mohan's bail

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Nellore: Departing from his known stand against Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy and YSR Congress, Nellore rural legislator Anam Vivekananda Reddy has justified his release and came down heavily against N. Chandrababu Naidu for finding fault with the CBI and judiciary over the bail.
It is a practice for vociferous Vivekananda and his brother and finance minister Anam Ramanarayana Reddy to attack Jagan during every available opportunity ever since he left Congress.Even while denying that they are not softened towards Jagan Mohan Reddy since he is A1 accused in all cases filed by CBI, he said that bail is a fundamental right till the guilt is proved.
Speaking to media persons here on Wednesday, he said, “Bail is a primary right for any accused under the Constitution and the release under bail does not mean that he is not guilty.”
Jagan was in jail for 16 months and he came out on conditional bail. Moreover CBI has transferred some of the cases to Enforcement Directorate and Income Tax for further probe. He can be called as Clean only after the final verdict if he is not guilty.”
Reacting to Chandrababu Naidu’s remarks against CBI and Congress over the release of Jagan on bail, he said it is wrong to blame organisations because of our enmity is against individuals.
Naidu had praised the CBI and the courts when his opponents are punished and now he is accusing the same organisations because the beneficiary is his arch rival, he remarked.
“Jagan was detained based on the charges levelled by the TD leaders and former minister Shankar Rao. Is anyone of them will undergo the imprisonment for 16 months if Jagan is not guilty?” Vivekananda Reddy questioned.
Reacting to a question on resignations, he said that he is the first one to quit in 2009 against bifurcation of the state and he already put down his papers this time too.
He added that his brother and finance minister Anam Ramanarayana Reddy has been continuing similar to the Chief Minister because their positions would help to air the views of Seemandhra people to the high command.

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