Case Filed Against Kodela In Guntur
Category: Political News

The representation given by YSR Congress party delegation led by party president Y S Jaganmohan Reddy to Governor E S L Narasimhan on Tuesday complaining that Telugu Desam Party president and chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu was misusing the police to intimidate the YSRC workers seems to have worked.

Within no time, the Guntur Police registered an FIR against assembly speaker Kodela Sivaprasada Rao for violating the Election Commission guidelines and storming into the police station at Inumetla village of Sattenapalli constituency on April 11.

Jagan clearly pointed out that Kodela locked himself inside the polling booth, tore his own shirt and enacted a big drama.

“Entering the polling booth unauthorisedly and bolting it from inside and intimidating the voters is a big crime. But the police have not booked any case against him,” he complained to the Governor.

Apparently getting a direction from Raj Bhavan, the police booked a case against Kodela for trespassing into the polling booth and also for creating violent scenes.

Earlier, the Guntur police booked a case against YSRC workers only, following a complaint from Kodela stating that he was manhandled by them. Now, after five days, the police booked case against Kodela, too, on the charges of booth capturing.

Along with Kodela, 22 other TDP leaders were booked in the FIR. The case is filed at Rajupalem police station and it was YSRCP who alleged Kodela indulged in booth capturing. Kodela is the third accused in the FIR.



0 495
Posted Comments
@ All Rights Reserved
@ All Rights Reserved