CBI court nod for Reddy's treatment in private hospital

CBI court nod for Reddy's treatment in private hospital

 The CBI court on Monday allowed former minister and mining baron Gali Janardhan Reddy to get treatment for back pain at a private hospital in the City. Reddy, an accused in the mining scam, is lodged in the Central Prison at Parappana Agrahara.

Judge R M Nayak allowed Reddy to be hospitalised till February 24. According to Reddy’s advocate C H Hanumantharaya, the former minister has been suffering from excruciating back pain for the past four months, especially in the lower spine. The pain sometimes shoots up to the neck. He said that Reddy was treated at Nimhans and Sanjay Gandhi Hospital as an out-patient, but his condition needed a specialist’s intervention at the private hospital.  

The court allowed Reddy to get treatment under the surveillance of the jail authorities. It said that no mediaperson or visitor will be allowed to meet him. The advocate said Reddy will be admitted to the hospital on Tuesday.

Order on school stayed

The High Court has stayed the order issued by the block education officer (BEO) of Ramanagar on February 13, to close down the Nityananda Gurukula and to transfer the students to a government school within seven days.

Justice Ananda Byrareddy granted the stay and ordered issuance of notice to the State government. 

The Gurukula had filed an application before the BEO to start a new school in Kannada and English mediums. However, the BEO misunderstood that the application sought recognition for the Gurukula. An order was passed to close it down. The petitioners had sought a stay on the BEO’s order.  

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