AP CM Jagan wrote an objectionable letter to the CJI
AP CM Jagan wrote an objectionable letter to the CJI

Political chaos rose up in Andhra Pradesh. These days there are many turns. Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy has written to Chief Justice of India Si Bobde, expressing strong objection to the way the Supreme Court judge and some of the judges in the Andhra Pradesh High Court are working.

It is worth noting that the AP CM has written a long letter of 8 pages. In an eight-page letter to the CJI on October 6, but released to media outposts on Saturday, Jagan accused the Andhra Pradesh High Court judges of overtaking the judicial limits, condemning the Andhra Pradesh government's actions. He did not say words in accusing the Supreme Court judge NV Ramana of taking anti-government attitude in favour of the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) on the directions.

However, Ap Chief Minister Ajaya Kallam, chief adviser to the Andhra Pradesh government, told a press conference in Vijayawada that ap chief minister had written a letter to the CJI. Copies of the letter were then distributed to all media organizations with its connection. The Supreme Court judge alleged that "some judges are influencing the High Court sittings including the list and highlighting the examples of how important things are assigned to the TDP to elect judges..." The links to Jagan's letter "clearly show the relationship between Justice NV Ramana, TDP and High Court judges". He urged the CJI to take steps to ensure the state judiciary is neutral.

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