Guntur (AP): The CBI will file series of chargesheet against YSR Congress chief and MP Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy, who is among 13 people booked by CBI in an alleged disproportionate assets case. Jagan will feature  in all the chargesheets which would be filed in next two months.

Jagan Mohan on Sunday said the action is smacked of 'dirty politics' and claimed he is being made a scapegoat.

Maintaining that Y S Rajasekhar Reddy's regime made land allotments for employment generation purposes, Kadapa MP Jaganmohan Reddy has asked why the CBI did not look into the allotment of lands made during the previous TDP rule.

 Reacting to the CBI chargesheet filed in the illegal assets case involving him, Jagan, while speaking at his 'Odarpu Yatra' here last night, defended the land allotments during his late father's regime.

"The lands were allotted to private companies in backward Mahaboobnagar and Medak districts to generate large scale employment," he said.

 "Why the CBI cannot see the land allocation in the heart of Hyderabad made by TDP chief N Chandrababu Naidu at throw away prices and also during the present Congress government," he asked.

Meanwhile, unfazed by the developments in the case involving him, Jagan is going ahead with campaign in Assembly segments where bypolls will be held.

He is scheduled to tour Narsapuram and Polavaram constituencies in West Godavari district from today. These two assembly seats are among the 17 constituencies where the by-elections are due. The bypolls in 16 of the 17 seats are necessitated by the disqualification of Congress MLAs who switched loyalty to Jagan and voted against the Congress Government in a floor test held in December last year, while another MLA quit in support of Kadapa MP.

(JPN/Agencies)