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KCR Faces Setback in Telangana High Court

High Court Rejects Ex-CM KCR's Petition Against Justice Narasimha Reddy Commission:

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Former CM and BRS leader K. Chandrasekhar Rao suffered a setback in the Telangana High Court as his petition for quashing was dismissed. KCR had submitted a petition to quash the Justice Narasimha Reddy Commission, which the state government had constituted to probe the power purchase issues. KCR mentioned in his petition that the commission was working with bias.

The petition was heard in the High Court recently, where Advocate General Sudarshan Reddy appeared for the government and Supreme Court senior counsel Aditya for KCR. Accepting the Advocate General’s arguments, Chief Justice Alok Aradhe dismissed KCR’s petition and permitted the commission to go ahead with the inquiry.

A commission under Justice L. Narasimha Reddy was constituted to probe the power purchase transactions of the previous government. Already, notices have been issued to many and statements have been recorded, including that of former CMD Prabhakar Rao. Notices were served twice to KCR, but he failed to attend. Thereafter, KCR filed a petition in the High Court to quash the commission and stated that it had bias. The High Court dismissed his petition.

With the fresh ruling of the court, the commission is going to issue fresh notices to KCR for another round of questioning. It is learned that those notices will either be sent this evening or tomorrow. Especially lax in his response and attitude, the notices will inform KCR of the date on which he is expected to appear for the hearing, and at this moment, things became interesting.

It now remains to be seen if KCR will challenge the High Court decision in the Supreme Court or comply with the notices issued by the commission and attend the hearing on the stipulated date.

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