The Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) officials questioned TTDP leader Vem Narender Reddy’s son Krishna Keerthan more than eight hours in connection with cash- for-vote case after which he was allowed to leave.
Krishna Keerthan arrived at the ACB office around 10 a.m. A DSP-rank officer and two inspectors questioned Krishna in connection with the case.
ACB officials questioned Krishna about his regular activities and his role in the political party. The officials also verified whether Krishna was using certain mobile numbers, whose SIM cards are in possession of the ACB.
ACB suspects that a person made calls to Sebastian and other accused persons from a SIM card and had a conversation. However, Krishna reportedly told the ACB officials that he was not involved in any political activity. He used to see some political leaders who came to his home to meet his father Vem Narender Reddy.