All eyes on three court orders in Naidu\'s cases on Monday
Vijayawada: Monday could be the ‘Judgment Day’ for Telugu Desam chief Nara Chandrababu Naidu. The Supreme Court, the AP High Court, and the Vijayawada ACB Court would be hearing his petitions and issuing orders.
The orders on Naidu’s petitions in the high court for anticipatory bail in the Angallu and Inner Ring Road alignment change case, as well as in the AP Fiber Grid case, are expected to be issued.
The Supreme Court will hold a hearing on the special leave petition filed by Chandrababu in the skill development case. The Vijayawada ACB court will also pronounce its judgment on bail and custody petitions related to the Chandrababu Skill case. Arguments on these petitions had been completed.
The TD rank and file are hopeful Naidu would get bail. He has been lodged in the Rajahmundry Central Jail for the past one month. Son Nara Lokesh returned to Rajahmundry two days after spending several days in Delhi to meet central leaders and consult lawyers there.
He met Naidu at the Mulaqat in the prison for 45 minutes and went back to Delhi for the hearing of a quash petition in the Supreme Court on Monday.