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List of CBI filed Charge Sheets: First chargesheet (1st) was filed against Jagan and 12 others on 31 March, 2012 in the issue relating to allotment of land to the tune of 75 acres each to M/s Hetero Group of companies and M/s Aurobindo group to the quid-pro-quo to the investment made by these companies to the tune of Rs 29.5 crores into the companies of Jaganmohan Reddy. Courtesy: Economic Times Second chargesheet (2nd) was field against Jagan and others on 23 April, 2012 in the issues relating to cheating of individual investors to the tune of Rs 34.65 crore. It is a supplementary chargesheet to the first chargesheet filed by the CBI in April 2012, having additional evidence (statements of witnesses) to make V Vijay Sai Reddy, an accused in the case and also an auditor of the Kadapa MP, over his role in the transactions, CBI sources said. According to the second chargesheet, several investors were lured into making investments in Jagati Publications at high premiums allegedly through "exaggerated and falsified" valuation reports, allegedly at the behest of Vijay Sai Reddy. Coutesy: Economic Times Third chargesheet (3rd) was filed against Jagan and others on 7 May, 2012 in the issues relating to quid-pro-quo investments made by M/s Ramky Group represented by A Ayodhya Ram Reddy to the tune of Rs 10 crore as bribe paid to the companies of Jagan for getting undue benefits to the tune of Rs 133.74 crore related to green belt matter of M/s Ramky Pharmacity Project. The 88-page chargesheet, supplemented by 142 documents and statements by 72 witnesses, named Jagan as accused No. 1 (A-1) and his personal auditor V Vijay Sai Reddy as accused no. 2 (A-2). Besides, the CBI named four other accused in the chargesheet: Jagathi Publications, the media house owned by Jagan as A-3; IAS officer G Venkatrami Reddy as A-4; Ayodhya Rami Reddy, chairman of Ramky Group of Industries as A-5 and Ramky Pharma Limited as A-6. Courtesy: Indiatoday Fourth chargesheet (4th) was filed against Jagan and others on 13 August, 2012 relating to VANPIC Project involving quid-pro-quo investments made by industrialist Nimmagadda Prasad to the tune of Rs 854 crore into the companies of Jagan and allotment of 22,000 acres of land to Nimmagadda Prasad in violation of prevailing rules and regulations. Roads and Buildings Minister Dharmana Prasada Rao and two senior IAS officers -- Manmohan Singh and M. Samuel figured prominently in the 177-page charge-sheet submitted by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to the Principal Special Court for CBI cases in the disproportionate assets case against Kadapa MP Y.S. Jaganmohan Reddy here. Courtesy: thehindu Fifth chargesheet (5th) was filed against Jagan and others on 8 April, 2013 relating to the issue of Dalmia Cements involving quid-pro-quo investments made by Puneet Dalmia to the tune of Rs 95 crore to the companies of Jagan and consequent grant/transfer of mining lease over an extent of 407 hectare in Thallamanchipatnam village of Kadapa district to the company represented by Puneet Dalmia. home minister Sabita Indra Reddy was on Monday named by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) as one of the accused in its fifth chargesheet in connection with the disproportionate assets case against YSR Congress chief Jagan Mohan Reddy. The others made accused include Jagan’s aide Vijay Sai Reddy, vice-president of Dalmia Cements Punit Dalmia, IAS officer Y. Sri Lakshmi and the then director mines in Andhra Pradesh V.D. Raja Gopal among others. The 62-page document pertains to alleged investments made by Dalmia Cements and two other cement firms—Eeswar Cements and Raghuram Cements in businesses promoted by Jagan who is currently in jail. CBI alleged that Dalmia Cements was allotted limestone mines in Andhra Pradesh during Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy rule at a throw-away prices. Sabita Indra Reddy had held the portfolio of mines minister during the YSR rule. Courtesy: livemint Sixth chargesheet (6th) was filed against Jagan and others on 10 September, 2013 relating to the issue of M/s India Cements represented by its Vice-Chairman and Managing Director N Srinivasan making quid-pro-quo investments to the tune of Rs 140 crore into the companies of Jagan and consequent undue benefits received by M/s India Cements in the issues of allocation of lease of land, allocation of water from river Krishna and Kagna. Courtesy: Business-Standard Seventh chargesheet (7th)was filed against Jagan and others on 10 September, 2013 relating to the issue of M/s Penna Group of companies represented by P Pratap Reddy making quid-pro-quo investments to the the tune of Rs 68 crore into the businesses of Jagan and consequent undue benefits received by M/s Penna Group of companies in the issues of alienation of government land measuring 231.09 acres in Anantapur district, grant of prospecting licence over an extent of 304.7 hectares in Kurnool district, renewal of mining lease over 821 acres in Ranga Reddy district, extending relaxations/benefits to his hotel project situated at Banjara Hills in Hyderabad. Courtesy: TheHindu Courtesy: EconomicTimes Eighth chargesheet (8th) was also filed on 10 September, 2013 relating to the issue of grant of limestone mining lease over an extent of 2037.52 acres in Kadapa district to M/s Raghuram Cements Ltd in gross violation of rules and procedures. Courtesy: TheHindu Ninth chargesheet (9th) was filed against Jagan and others on 17 September, 2013 relating to the issue of M/s Lepakshi Knowledge Hub (LKH) with regard to the allotment of land in Anantapur district to the extent of 8,844 acres and investments thereof as quid-pro-quo to the tune of Rs 50 crore in M/s Jagati Publications, owned by Jagan. While Jagan is named as accused number one, his auditor V Vijay Sai Reddy is also listed as accused, along with Shyam Prasad Reddy, promoter of the Hyderabad-based group of companies called Indu Group, besides former minister Dharmana Prasada Rao and some senior IAS officers. Geetha Reddy was named as the ninth accused in the chargesheet filed against LKH in connection with the case of alleged quid pro quo investments in companies owned by the Kadapa MP. Courtesy: Zeenews India Tenth chargesheet (10th) was also filed on 17 September, 2013 relating to the issue of M/s Indu Techzone Pvt Ltd with regard to the the allotment of 250 acres of land at Shamshabad and investment thereof as quid-pro-quo to the tune of Rs 15 crore in M/s Caramel Asia Holdings Pvt Ltd. The CBI in its tenth charge sheet filed in September last year in the case of alleged quid pro quo investments in Jagan's firms had named him as accused along with his auditor V Vijay Sai Reddy, Shyam Prasad Reddy, promoter of Hyderabad-based diversified group of companies Indu Group, former minister P Sabitha Indra Reddy senior IAS officers Ratna Prabha and BP Acharya, Indu Techzone among others. Courtesy: News18 Elevanth chargesheet (11th) was also filed on 09 September, 2014 relating to getting investments running into several crores from various individuals and firms into his businesses as "quid pro quo" for favours bestowed on them during the tenure of his father Y S Rajasekhara Reddy.They relate to investment made by private firm Indu Projects Ltd and the duo has been charged with cheating, criminal conspiracy, forgery and criminal breach of trust, among others.According to CBI, favours were granted in allotment of housing schemes to Indu Projects as part of quid pro quo investments in a company owned by Jagan. In this 11th charge-sheet filed in the Principal Special Court for CBI Cases here, the CBI accused Mr. Jagan of influencing the then government headed by his father YSR to allot 70 acres of prime land to Indu Projects Ltd at two places in the city at throw away prices. In return, the CBI said I. Syam Prasad Reddy, promoter of Indu Projects, had invested Rs. 70 crore in Carmel Asia Holdings Pvt. Ltd owned by Mr. Jagan. Official sources told The Hindu that Indu Projects was allotted 50 acres at Kukatpally, adjacent to KPHB, and 20 acres at Gachibowli belonging to the AP Housing Board in 2008-09, when S.N. Mohanty was its Vice Chairman and Managing Director. Allotment of land to Indu Projects was also proposed at two more places but it did not materialise. Mr. Subba Reddy, who is a close relative of Mr. Jagan, has been accused of using his clout with the government in the Indu Projects getting the land allotted. He was a shareholder in Vasantha Projects Ltd which was given a housing project for the middle income group by Deccan Infrastructure and Land Holdings Limited (DILHL), a subsidiary of APHB, in the lands belonging to APHB. Courtesy: The Hindu