YS Jagan

Today marks the Twelfth Anniversary of Jagan Mohan Reddy’s arrest. On this day in 2012, the CBI declared the arrest of Jagan Mohan Reddy after questioning him in disproportionate assets cases in Dilkusha Guest house, Hyderabad.

Jagan Mohan Reddy is the Accused Number One in Twelve CBI cases and Six ED cases involving Serious Charges like Money laundering, PMLA Violations, etc.

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After spending eleven months in jail, Jagan struck a deal with the then Congress Government to support after Elections and got bail just before the 2014 Elections.

Between 2014 and 2019, he had to attend Court every Friday and mark his attendance.

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After becoming the Chief Minister, he skipped going to the court and also delayed the cases by making the other accused file discharge petitions.

He managed this with the blessings of the BJP high command offering his Support whenever they needed him in the Parliament.

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The Election Results that will be out on June 4th and they will have a bearing impact on Jagan’s future. If he does not win, we may see Jagan going to Court once again.

If the Central Government is dependent on the seats TDP wins in Andhra Pradesh, bad days will begin for Jagan. The discharge petitions will be disposed quickly and the trial will begin in the cases.

Once the trial begins, there is very little Jagan can do. Jagan currently has all the Rajya Sabha MPs in his kitty, he will be hoping the BJP will save him for their support.

It is definitely important but will be out of equation if the BJP needs TDP’s Support in the Parliament. So, winning Andhra Pradesh is extremely crucial for Jagan’s future.