Atchan Naidu Gets A Partial Relief

July 08, 2020 12:54
Atchan Naidu Gets A Partial Relief

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Atchan Naidu Gets A Partial Relief:- TDP leader and legislator Atchan Naidu has been arrested in ESI scam case by the officials of the Enforcement Directorate. He was produced in a special ACB Court which granted judicial custody. His bail plea was rejected twice in the special ACB Court. Atchan Naidu underwent surgery for piles recently and he was arrested even before he recovered completely. Atchan Naidu was provided medical aid in Guntur Government Hospital after which he was shifted to Vijayawada jail recently. The TDP leaders have been demanding better medical help for the leader. The Andhra Pradesh High Court directed the state government to allow Atchan Naidu to get treated in a private hospital.

The High Court asked the government to consider his health condition. The lawyer who argued for the government said that the Superintendent of the Guntur Government Hospital should be given a chance to make the decision about finalizing the hospital that can treat Atchan Naidu. The High Court rejected this proposal and said it will be Atchan Naidu who will decide about the treatment and the hospital. The court said that he is free to choose about the hospital.

Atchan Naidu may be treated in Ramesh Hospitals, Guntur soon. Several petitions are filed in the AP High Court after Atchan Naidu was arrested considering his medical condition. He was rushed to Vijayawada jail in a wheelchair which did not go well with many. Even the High Court of Andhra Pradesh questioned about the urgency in shifting him to Vijayawada jail. It is heard that Atchan Naidu was discharged even before he recovered completely. Atchan Naidu's judicial remand is extended till July 10th and the interrogation is currently going on.

(Video Source: AP24x7)

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Atchan Naidu  ESI scam case