Hyderabad: Ferocious dogs were let loose on police officers of Banjara and Jubilee Hills police stations when they were serving notices to YSRCP leader and famous film producer Prasad V. Potluri, alias PVP, in an alleged land dispute case.
A team of officers had gone to the residence of Tollywood personality PVP on 29 June to serve notices in connection with a case registered against him at Banjara Hills police station. The cops were not allowed inside the home, instead, PVP and his wife drove them away from their home and let loose five dogs on them.
On Wednesday, the Banjara Hills police had registered a case against PVP for allegedly threatening his neighbor Vikram Kailas. The YSRCP leader and his men were also summoned to the police station and questioned in connection with the case.
As part of the investigation, D. Harish Reddy, the sub-inspector of Banjara Hills police station, accompanied by detective inspector Ravi Kumar, another sub-inspector P. Dali Naidu, and home guard Vasudeva Rao went to PVP’s residence in Jubilee Hills on Monday. They were assisted by the officers of Jubilee Hills police station.
When they reached PVP's residence, they found the main gate locked from inside. They called a person and informed him about the purpose of their visit and that they had come to meet PVP. The person went inside and came back and informed the police that PVP and his wife had instructed him to not allow anyone inside the house. When the cops tried to enter the house, five dogs came after them. The cops fled the place and escaped. In this regard, a case under Section 353 of the IPC has been registered against PVP, his wife, and another person, Munna