Chiranjeevi Blood Bank helps needy people. In 2011, South cinema actors Jeevat and Rajasekhar made a sensational allegation about this blood bank run by Megastar Chiranjeevi in a press conference. The big news is coming out from the South Film Industry. Famous Telugu actor Rajasekhar and his wife Jeevitha have been sentenced to one year in jail by a Nampally court.
This is in a defamation case related to the Chiranjeevi Blood Bank. The 17th Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate, Nampally, sentenced the couple from South Industry to one year in jail and was fined Rs 5,000. The court found them guilty of defaming the existing management of the Chiranjeevi Blood Bank.
Rajasekhar and Jeevitha were accused of “fraudulently” using the blood bank’s name for their benefit. The court ruled that they had tarnished the blood bank’s reputation and that their actions constituted a criminal offense.
Rajasekhar made the allegation in a press conference
The announcement was made on 18 July after many years of anticipation. However, the couple got bail and can now appeal the High Court verdict. Thanks to the Chiranjeevi Blood Bank, we can help the needy.
In 2011, South cinema actors Jeevat and Rajasekhar made a sensational allegation about this blood bank run by Megastar Chiranjeevi in a press conference. He had said that the blood collected through the blood bank was sold in the market. An inquiry was launched and the couple was charged with fraud and forgery. They were finally convicted in 2018 and sentenced to two years in prison. The couple has since filed an appeal against the verdict.
Film producer Allu Arvind filed a case on his statement and approached the court. After a long and tedious wait, the court has finally decided. After obtaining surety bonds from the two people who paid the fine, they were released on bail.
The court had to look into the case thoroughly before deciding, as it was a financial dispute. They had to assess the evidence presented, cross-examine the witnesses, and consider other legal aspects of the case before making a ruling. They ultimately decided to impose a fine on the two people in question and release them on bail after they provided surety bonds.