YS Viveka Murder Case: Complete lie by Sunita in relation to the murder of Viveka..Says Sajjala

YS Viveka Murder Case: AP government adviser and YCP leader Sajjala Ramakrishna Reddy said that everything Sunita, daughter of YS Viveka, is saying in the murder case of former minister YS Vivekananda Reddy is a lie.

Sajjala Ramakrishna Reddy, a YCP politician and adviser to the AP administration, claims that Sunita Reddy, the deceased former minister’s daughter, is lying about all she has said. On Tuesday, Sajjala refuted the claims made in Sunitha’s statement, which the CBI had two days earlier filed to the CBI court.

He and Bharti’s phone chat led him to believe that they had fabricated a new tale four years later. He criticized the idea of a new statement being released to change the narrative. A few days after Viveka’s passing, he claimed, he went to consult with his wife and failed to bring Bharti to Sunitha’s home.

YS Viveka slammed the family members, accusing them of bringing the survivors to the market while attempting to preserve the dignity of the deceased.

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According to Duyyabhatta, people who supported Chandrababu (Chandra Babu) have since taken on the role of defending Viveka’s honour. The CBI handled the inquiry into Viveka’s murder in the worst possible way. According to him, if there are any allegations against one side, the other side will be the focus of the investigation.

The second marriage with Shamim is allegedly referenced in the new charge sheet, however it was determined that this was not a factor.

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They said that they were shocked by Viveka’s loss in the MLC election. He claimed that Viveka spoke to me as well two or three days prior to her passing. He explained that Jagan had always warned him not to criticise the child during the elections. Sajjala Ramakrishna Reddy questioned whether there were ten or twelve motives for killing Viveka.

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