The Nampally court on Tuesday adjourned the hearing to November 15 on a petition filed by YSRCP chief Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy's plea seeking relaxation in his bail conditions.
After hearing the arguments presented by lawyers from the CBI and those representing Jagan Mohan Reddy, the judge adjourned the case to till Friday.
In the petition seeking court's permission to travel different states, Jagan said as the president of a registered political party, he is required to carry out various activities not only in relation to the party and his constituency, but also in relation to the interests of the general public of Andhra Pradesh.
It would be absolutely necessary and compelling for him to travel and visit various places and conduct political activities, including touring other states, in view of the current political crisis engulfing Andhra Pradesh and the upcoming elections in the year 2014, Jagan submitted.
The application also said that Jagan intends to meet leaders of different political parties and impress upon them as regards the stand adopted by him and his political party. It further said that he intends to try to convince all the national political leaders on the stand adopted by him and his political party and bring a consensus against the division of the state.