New Delhi: After spending three sleepless nights in the Chanchalguda central prison, YSR Congress Chief Jagan Mohan Reddy’s woes seems to be multiplied, with the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Sunday took him for interrogation in the disproportionate assets case.

The probe agency took Jagan into its custody for five days’ after the Andhra Pradesh High Court gave a go ahead for it on Saturday.

The questions, however, are many and the answers none so far. Could Jagan, a parliamentarian from the Kadappa constituency, provide answers to all the queries of the CBI?

As per sources, Jagan and CBI Joint Director VV Lakshminarayana come face-to-face, the probe agency is ready with its questions for which they will seek answers from the MP.

The court directed the CBI not to use third-degree methods during the questioning.

The investigating agency grilled Jagan for three days before arresting him on May 27. It, however, told the court that he did not cooperate during the questioning and sought his custody for 10 days.

Jagan will be questioned about the investments made into his companies by various firms, including some based abroad.

The agency believes the investments were made on quid pro quo basis in return for favours doled out by the then government of Jagan's father YS Rajasekhara Reddy.


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