The next hearing will take place on June 9.
The investigators had claimed that Mr Reddy was trying to influence witnesses and tampering with evidence. The CBI informed the court, supported by newspaper clippings of an interview of former chief secretary of undivided Andhra Pradesh, published by a regional newspaper owned by Mr Reddy, that he was trying to influence the investigation in the case pending before the CBI court.
The CBI has filed more than 11 chargesheets in this case in the CBI special court in Hyderabad. Apart from Mr Reddy, 12 others have been accused in the case, including his auditor and Rajya Sabha member, V Vijay Sai Reddy.
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