Hyderabad: Former Andhra Pradesh Tourism minister and TDP MLA Bhuma Akhila Priya's husband Bhargav Ram has been booked by Cyberabad police. The man reportedly obstructed the duties of AP police and gave a slip when they tried to catch him near a hotel at Gachibowli on Monday. He has not been arrested.
The Gachibowli police of Cyberabad police commissionerate, who have registered a case against Bhargav and have launched a hunt.
The facts of the case are, Allagadda (Rural PS) sub-inspector J Ramesh Kumar and team reached the city by tracing Bharghav on October 7. The police team found the accused moving in a car near a hotel at Gachibowli and intercepted him. Bhargav reportedly pretended to stop the car but escaped in his SUV.
After the failed efforts to catch him, the Allagadda SI lodged a complaint with the Gachibowli police alleging obstruction of duties and rash and negligent driving endangering the lives of others by Bhargav. Subsequently, the police registered a case against him on Tuesday and started a hunt.
Accused Bhargav Ram, Is a habitual offender, he is booked under attempt to murder, reportedly occurred at Allagadda of Andhra Pradesh.
He is also booked in cases like trespass and unlawful assembly, at Allagadda Rural Police station during the first week of October. Bhargav and his aides reportedly have attacked some workers near a quarry at Allagadda over the previous dispute.
Gachibowli inspector R Srinivas said: "Allagadda SI Ramesh complained that Bhargav, who is wanted in a case of attempt to murder there (Allagadda) was by the police team near a hotel in Nankramguda. When the police tried to catch Bhargav, he obstructed them from delivering his duties and also drove his vehicle in a negligent manner endangering the lives."
"At around 7.30 pm, the AP police found him near a hotel. But, he gave a slip and police chased him for long hours. After they failed to catch him, they lodged a complaint," he said.
A case has been registered against him under section 353 (Assault or criminal force to deter public servant from discharge of his duty) and 336 (Acts endangering life or personal safety of others) of IPC. A team is working on the clues to apprehend Bhargav and take legal action, said the inspector.