YSRP rebel Raghu Ram, 2 CRPF men booked for kidnapping Andhra constable

AP Intelligence Department appointed some constables as spotters in Hyderabad to keep track of the movements of suspects

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  6 July 2022 4:25 AM GMT
YSRP rebel Raghu Ram, 2 CRPF men booked for kidnapping Andhra constable

Hyderabad: Cyberabad police registered a case against YSR Congress Party rebel MP K Raghu Rama Krishna Raju and two Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) men for allegedly kidnapping and assaulting the Intelligence wing constable of Andhra Pradesh. A complaint has been lodged by Intelligence wing Constable, Vijayawada S Farooq Basha at Gachibowli Police Station.

Based on Intelligence reports, it was found that some groups from Andhra Pradesh had reached Hyderabad to protest against Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Telangana on July 3. AP Intelligence Department appointed some constables as spotters in Hyderabad to keep track of the movements of suspects.

According to the constable, he was posted in Hyderabad to keep an eye on some suspects during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit. When the Intelligence wing constable was near ISB Gate Gachibowli discharging duty, persons on board a car asked his details. After he showed his ID card, they forcibly kidnapped him and kept him in a villa, which is opposite to ISB gate, Gachibowli. The ISB gate is about a kilometer away from the MP's residence in Gachibowli. "I was abused and severely injured. Bharat, son of Raghu Rama Krishna Raju and his PA Sastri caught hold of my throat and asked me my mobile password", he said in the complaint.

According to the Sub-Inspector of Gachibowli Police Surender Reddy, Farooq Basha was also abused and beaten by the MP. He was given an electric shock, and his wallet, ID card, and gold were taken away. They later released the constable with a warning.

A video clip showing CRPF personnel of MP along with three others bundling a person into the car has also surfaced on social media.

Police registered a case in Cr.No.707/2022 U/Sec 365,332, 384,323, 324, 342,504, 506,293 (b) r/w 34, 109 IPC and investigation is going on.

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