Jasti Naga Bhushan appointed Additional Advocate General of Andhra Pradesh
Jasti Naga Bhushan, the son of former Supreme Court judge Justice Jasti Chelameswar, has been appointed as the Additional Advocate General for Andhra Pradesh.The law department of the Andhra Pradesh government issued a notification on Wednesday notifying Bhushan’s appointment as the Additional Advocate General.
The Supreme Court had recently dismissed the plea filed by G. S. Mani and Anti-Corruption Council of India Trust seeking action against Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Jaganmohan Reddy. The Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister had caused a sensation in judicial circles when he wrote to the Chief Justice of India S. A. Bobde, alleging improper conduct by Supreme Court judge Justice N. V. Ramana. Reddy had accused Justice Ramana of intervening in legal matters to protect the interests of the Telugu Desam Party and its president, and his predecessor, N. Chandrababu Naidu. His allegations are even more sensational considering that Justice Ramana is in line to become the next chief justice of India.