Jagan, who was arrested in May last year, got bail in the corruption case on September 23 this year, with the court asking the Kadapa MP not to leave the state capital without its permission. However, the court on October 30 had allowed Jagan's plea for relaxing the bail conditions to enable him to visit different parts of Andhra Pradesh and Delhi.
Subsequently, Jagan, through his counsel, filed another application in the court on November 6 and submitted that being an MP and leader of a political party, he has to meet leaders of different political parties (in view of the prevailing situation in the state in the wake of announcement to bifurcate Andhra Pradesh) and travel frequently.
In the petition seeking court's permission to travel to different states, Jagan further said that 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.
Court had relaxed bail conditions earlier on Oct 30.
"It would be absolutely necessary and compelling for the petitioner 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 had submitted.
The application 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 (Andhra Pradesh) by unifying the entire state.
"The petitioner would be required to meet leaders spread all over India, and also the MPs of other states, including various leaders of the regional parties of other states in India, like West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, as pursuant to the Cabinet decision made on October 3 (this year), a Bill is to be considered by the Legislative Assembly as well as the Houses of Parliament," Jagan had submitted in the petition.