BJP trying to incite violence in Telangana: KTR writes to CEC

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  1 Nov 2020 12:11 PM GMT
BJP trying to incite violence in Telangana: KTR writes to CEC

Hyderabad: The Minister for Municipal Administration & Urban Development and TRS Working President KT Ramarao writes a letter to Chief Election Commissioner, Election Commissioner of India on November 1 asking him to take necessary action against miscreants trying to create law and order issues by inciting violence in the state.

He alleged that Bharatiya Janta Party(BJP) is trying to disrupt law and order situation ahead of Dubbaka assembly By-election. "We received reliable information from valid sources that the Bharatiya Janta Party is planning to incite violence and create law and order issues in the Telangana state in view of upcoming Dubbaka Assembly Constituency By-election," said KT Ramarao in his letter.




He requested the election commission to take necessary action to prevent any untoward or unwarranted incidents in the state of Telangana.

Telangana BJP president Bandi Sanjay was detained on his way to Siddipet on October 26 after the searches were held at the resident of BJP candidate from Dubbaka By-election constituency M Raghunandan Rao relatives. The BJP attacked the TRS party for treating the party president and Karimnagar MP Bandi Sanjay inappropriately. "If the police had any grounds for his arrest, they could have done it without having to use brute force. The videos in the mainstream and social media clearly show unwarranted and unacceptable excessive force being used by police," said BJP in the statement.

Earlier on Sunday Hyderabad police seized 'Rs 1 crore linked to Dubbaka by-election.' Police arrested Surabhi Srinivas Rao, brother in law of BJP contestant from Dubbaka, M Raghunandan Rao.

The police said that the cash was seized near Begumpet flyover while it was being transported for distribution to the voters. They also arrested the driver, T. Ravi Kumar (33), for illegally transporting the money.

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