Do "A-1" Jagan's complaints against Judges hold any value?

YSRCP chief and Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy has created a sensation by openly complaining against Supreme Court Judge NV Ramana and few AP High Court judges to Supreme Court chief justice SA Bobde by writing a letter on October 6, 2020 which was released to media yesterday on October 10, 2020.

Jagan complained that NV Ramana and few AP High Court judges have colluded with TDP and N Chandrababu Naidu to topple his government and for this reason the High Court is delivering all judgements or passing orders against YSRCP government in recent times.

This is a serious charge levelled against judiciary by none other than a chief minister of state, which was unheard of in history.

This has now opened a debate whether Supreme Court chief justice will act against judges, on whom Jagan had lodged complaints.

Speculations are rife that Jagan's letter in this regard hold no value because Jagan himself is an accursed in several cases and currently out on bail granted by Supreme Court.

Jagan is Accused No. 1 (A-1) in 12 chargesheets filed by CBI and 5 chargesheets filed by ED.

Jagan is facing cases of misusing his father's power and amassed huge wealth when his father late YS Rajasekhar Reddy was CM of Undivided AP from 2004 to 2009.

Jagan already faced 16 months in Chanchalguda jail in Hyderabad and came out on bail.

Jagan is set to face trial in these long pending cases on a daily basis from this month following the directions of Supreme Court, which directed all courts to speed up cases filed against sitting and former MPS, MLAs.

In this backdrop, Jagan who himself is set to face trial in various courts on a daily basis from this month writing letters to chief justice of India complaining against Judges hold no value, political analysts say.

If Jagan's track record was clean, his complaints would have been considered but Jagan who himself is facing corruption, money laundering cases amounting to Rs 43,000 crore, pointing fingers at others may not find any takers.