Anti-Corruption Council of India has knocked on the doors of the Supreme Court by filing a public interest petition.
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The sensational murder case of lawyer couple, Gattu Vaman Rao (53) and P V Nagamani (50) in broad daylight, which has created a sensation across Telangana has reached the Count top court Supreme Court.
The Anti-Corruption Council of India has knocked on the doors of the Supreme Court by filing a public interest petition. The three-judge bench of the Supreme Court led by Chief Justice of India Bobde, which also comprises of Justices of Bopanna and Justice Ramasubramanian heard the petition today.
During the hearing, the advocate who represented the petitioner told the Court that, the PIL they filed has significance, as it pertains to the safety of the lawyers.
However, the Supreme Court refused to take up the petition, citing that, the issue is still pending with the Telangana High Court. The bench directed the petitioner to go to the Telangana High Court.
The Anti-Corruption Council of India moved the Supreme Court seeking directives to give the case to a private investigation agency. With the Supreme Court orders, the trust had withdrawn its petition in the Supreme Court.
After the news broke out, the lawyers working at various courts protested against this and demanded to offer protection for the lawyers. The ruling and opposition parties are playing a blame game in this case.