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Sunitha Reddy expresses that CBI has many tasks ahead in Vivekananda Reddy murder case

The CBI has a lot of work ahead in the investigation of the murder of former Andhra Pradesh Minister, YS Vivekananda Reddy, as stated by his daughter Sunitha Reddy. Sunitha highlighted various points in a press conference, claiming the investigation agency is under pressure. She detailed events surrounding her father’s murder, presenting phone call data and other evidence to support her claims.

Sunitha Reddy revealed that the CBI’s first charge sheet named four accused in the case, and she alleged that Kadapa MP YS Avinash Reddy had connections with them. She presented data showing Avinash Reddy’s interactions with the accused, including phone calls and photographs. Sunitha also accused Avinash of jealousy towards her father’s position and pointed out the suspicious behavior of other individuals related to the case.

Sunitha Reddy questioned the initial claims that her father died of a heart attack, presenting evidence to suggest foul play. She also addressed criticism from family members and YSRCP leaders, calling for justice and expressing readiness to speak to anyone, including Jagan Mohan Reddy. The murder of Vivekananda Reddy in 2019, just before elections, revealed a power struggle within the YSRCP, with allegations of conspiracy and conflicting candidate choices.

Despite the passage of time, Sunitha Reddy continues to seek justice for her father’s murder, pointing fingers at those she believes are involved. The case remains complex, with political implications and family drama adding layers of intrigue. As Sunitha persists in her quest for truth, the question of accountability and closure looms large in the ongoing investigation into this high-profile crime.


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