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Jagan remanded to 14-day judicial custody
A CBI Judge on Monday remanded Jagan Mohan Reddy to a 14-day judicial custody after hearing heated arguments for about three hours.

THE YSR Congress President and first accused in the disproportionate assets case Mr. Jagan was remanded to 14 days judicial custody by the CBI judge on Monday. After hearing the arguments the judge gave his verdict at 4.30pm. Later the accused Jagan was taken to Chanchalguda Jail.

Due to the remand, Jagan will not be able to carry on electioneering in the next fourteen days for upcoming by-polls. The judicial remand is up to 11th of June and the by-polls will be held on 12th June.

Meanwhile Mrs. Vijayamma has written to CEC that YSR Party candidates are being held by the police, creating so many disturbances not to canvass their candidature. All the candidates of YSR Congress party have been allotted the fan symbol by the election commission.

YSR Congress Honorary President and mother of Jagan has started a fast but the leaders of the party like Mrs. Shobha Nagireddy and Konda Surekha asked to withdraw the fast as she is to tour the constituencies in the absence of Jagan.

YS Bharati, wife of Jagan has blamed the CBI for not showing any wrongs in her husband. “They are not hiding any information and they are all law abiding persons not unlike Chandra Babu Naidu,” she alleged.

Mr. Mysoora Reddy also condemned the arrest. Police have arrested many senior leaders of the party and CBI may ask for Jagan's police custody tomorrow.

But people in the entire state believe that Kiran Kumar Government deliberately arrested Jagan to save their skin in by-elections.

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