After heat arguments Court has granted 2 days CBI custody of Jagan . Informing the AP high court that Jaganmohan Reddy has been giving them irrelevant replies and displaying an evasive attitude towards their queries, the CBI on Thursday filed a petition seeking three more days of the MP’s custody. “It has become difficult for us to unpuzzle the complicated web of financial transactions in the limited period of five days given to us,” the CBI said in its petition.
Jagan’s five-day CBI custody ended on Thursday evening. The probe agency also informed the high court that it was looking into the manner in which the funds had flowed into Sandur Power, a Jagan firm, from two Mauritius-based companies. The allocation of 2,000 acres of limestone mines lease to Raghuram Cements, which later became Bharati Cements, another Jagan firm, too is under the scanner, the CBI said.