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PNS|Nellore

Former minister and Telugu Desam Party (TDP) senior leader Somireddy Chandramonan Reddy met the team of CBI officials and spoke to them for about 10 minutes in the stealing of files case here on Friday.

A team of CBI officials led by SP Nirmala Devi and ASP Ananta Krishnan summoned Somireddy Chandramonan Reddy and he met them in the R&B guest house. Chandramohan Reddy clarified the doubts of CBI officials.

Later talking to the media, Somireddy said that the CBI officials told him that they would send a notice to him to record his testimony and he would meet the CBI officials on Monday or Tuesday to give his testimony.

Somireddy said that in the history of the country files relating to a case were not stone from the custody of the court and this is the first time such an incident took place in Nellore.

He said that there are 17 courts in the district in which over 15,000 files pertaining to various cases were preserved in steel almirahs. But the thieves had stolen only the file pertaining to the Kakani Govardhan Reddy case. Even common men could understand who was behind the stealing of files, the TDP leader said. Those who caused the stealing of files and who committed the crime would be punished, he said.

Somireddy ridiculed Superintendent of Police Vijaya Rao’s statement that thieves who came to steal iron scrap, panicked when dogs barked and they rushed into the court building and stole the file pertaining to Kakani Govardhan Reddy’s case. How could the illiterate criminals steal only the files pertaining to Kakani Govardhan Reddy’s case, he questioned.

“The police did not collect footprints, or fingerprints and did not press sniffer dogs to collect evidence. The district judge himself said in his report which he has submitted to the high court. It is shameful to the police. It is not an issue between two individuals but an issue between the judiciary and the accused,” he said.

“I believe that the CBI will do justice in this rare and prestigious case in the country. Like the Uphaar theatre case in Delhi, I think the punishment for destroying the evidence is more than the actual crime,” he felt. They created fake documents to vitiate the reputation of his family then and now they stole the vital files relating to the case, he lamented.

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