Naidu Bail: Naidu Family Accused of Intimidating Officials: Supreme Court to Review Bail Conditions


Andhra Pradesh Government Urges Supreme Court to Cancel Naidu Bail

The Andhra Pradesh government has petitioned the Supreme Court to revoke the bail granted to TDP chief N Chandrababu Naidu in the skill development corporation scam, citing alleged attempts by his family members to intimidate public servants.

Allegations of Intimidation by Naidu’s Family

In a plea against the Andhra Pradesh High Court’s bail order, the state contends that Naidu’s family members have publicly threatened to take action against officers involved in the probe once they come to power, prompting concerns of obstruction of justice.

Additional Documents Sought

The state has requested permission to submit transcripts of interviews given by Naidu’s son, Nara Lokesh, alleging that both Nara Lokesh and Naidu have made statements intended to intimidate government officials and impede the investigation.

Bail Conditions Under Scrutiny

While Naidu’s legal team prepares to respond to the application, the Supreme Court has indicated a review of bail conditions, particularly given the alleged threats posed by Naidu’s family members ahead of elections.

Background and Allegations

Naidu faces charges of misappropriating funds from the Andhra Pradesh State Skill Development Corporation during his tenure as chief minister, with accusations of causing significant financial losses to the state. Despite his denials, the case has drawn widespread attention and legal scrutiny.


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