Hyderabad: A case has been registered against a TRS corporator’s husband for allegedly attacking a man over a land dispute. The corporator Anjali Devi’s husband Sridhar Goud and others reportedly abused the victim’s wife and threatened his son. The Medipally police have registered a case against seven persons and arrested three. Sridhar and others, however, are absconding.
The victim Purender Reddy’s wife alleged that Sridhar, along with a group of people, came to their house and demanded they give them the original land documents for verification. When Purender refused, one of them attacked him. Later, others barged into the house and attacked the man. They also abused his wife. When they noticed that Purender’s son was filming the incident on his phone, one of them threatened him and snatched away the mobile phone.
#JUSTIN: A case has been registered against TRS Corporator's husband Sridhar Goud and 6 hence men for allegedly attacking a resident of Medipally town, in regard to a land dispute case. More details are awaited. pic.twitter.com/7kB4il1w1L
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The police registered a case under charges of attempt to murder, outraging the modesty of a woman, criminal trespassing, and also under the Juvenile Justice Act for using force on the boy. Three persons were arrested on Tuesday.
In this regard, the accused person’s viz.,B.Raghavender, B.Srinivas and B.Raj [email protected] Raju who figured as accused in https://t.co/uUTUABnilh.402/2020,of PS Medipally were arrested and produced them before Hon’ble Court and remanded them to Central Prison, Cherlapalli for (14)days.
— Medipally Police Station (@MedipallyPS) July 14, 2020
Meanwhile, the corporator, Anjali Devi, has also lodged a complaint against Mr. Purender alleging that he had allegedly attacked her husband when he went to his house to discuss the land issue. A case has been registered in this regard as well.
Meanwhile, Mr. Purender's wife has approached the Telangana Human Rights Commission alleging police inaction against the corporator’s husband and his relatives. The commission admitted the petition and directed Rachakonda commissioner to submit a detailed inquiry report on the incident by 10 August.