The Andhra Pradesh Excessive Court docket on Thursday directed the Crime Investigation Division (CID) to put earlier than it the case diary pertaining to Telugu Desam Celebration (TDP) chief Ch. Ayyana Patrudu by 10.30 a.m. on Friday.
Issuing the orders on this regard, Justice R. Raghunandana Rao requested the CID how IPC Part 467 (helpful safety, will forgery) was relevant to a No-Objection Certificates (NOC) forgery case.
The courtroom additionally sought to know why the previous Minister was arrested when a preliminary investigation was already executed.
The CID ought to produce a correct motive for the arrest, and the foundations relating to the preliminary investigation.
Advocate V.V. Satish, citing a Supreme Court docket judgment, appealed to the courtroom to grant bail to Mr. Patrudu. He mentioned if the arrest was made with out correct causes, bail could possibly be granted as per a SC judgment.
When the courtroom questioned the necessity to arrest the TDP chief, Extra Solicitor Basic P. Sudhakar Reddy, representing the CID, mentioned the CrPC empowered the CID to arrest anyone.
He additionally mentioned that the NOC was additionally helpful safety because the petitioners obtained advantages from it.
As per IPC Part 30, any doc used to get proper legally was a helpful safety, he mentioned.