CBI Sends Second Notice, What YS Avinash Will Do Now?

It is known that the central agency Central Bureau of Investigation(CBI) is probing the much-talked-about YS Vivekananda Reddy's death case. The case saw a big development after the investigating agencies served notices to Kadapa YSRCP MP YS Avinash Reddy in connection to the case.

The ruling party MP gave another twist to the case by saying that he is busy for a few days and he can attend the questioning after a few days. Saying that he has a few activities that are planned earlier which makes him busy and with that, he cannot attend the questioning.

Following this, the CBI served another notice to the Kadapa MP asking him to appear before them for questioning in the case. It is said that he was directed to attend the questioning session on the 28th of this month at 11:00 AM at the Hyderabad branch of the Central Bureau of Investigation.

As three days were given it is interesting to see if YS Avinash Reddy will attend the questioning and face the questions from the investigating agency. The Kadapa MP is facing allegations that he might have a role to play in this.

Not just others, even YS Vivekananda Reddy's daughter Sunitha who is fighting for justice in the case alleged that Avinash Reddy is involved in this and he should be questioned by the investigating agencies to know if he has a nay role to play in the case or not. With the CBI sending notices to YS Avinash Reddy asking him to appear before them, all eyes are on this now.

The accused in any case can get relief by postponing the questioning date if they had a real cause. It has to be mentioned here that earlier Telangana Chief Minister KCR's daughter Kavitha sought similar relief. She replied to the notices that she is busy on the date mentioned by the agency.

As a result, the investigating agency asked Kavitha to be present on the date it mentioned. The authorities went to her residence and questioned her. So we have to wait and see what YS Avinash Reddy will do now.
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