BC’s Demand Action Against Gurazala Deputy Superintendent of Police

By | April 10, 2017

BC’s Demand Action Against Gurazala: The BC leaders of the Guntur district demanded stern action against Gurazala deputy superintendent of poloice (DSP) K. Nageswara Rao for manhandling former MLA and senior politician Janga Krishna murthy.

BC’s Demand Action Against Gurazala Deputy Superintendent of Police

BC's Demand Action Against GurazalaAP BC Samkshema Sangham Working president A. Prasad Yadav said that Mr Krishnamurthy is a senior politician and head of the Yadav community, but the Gurazala DSP Without humanity, beat him badly at Gurazala during the incident of debate between YSRC Macharla MLA P. Ramakrishna Reddy and Telugu Desam legislator of Gurazala Y. Srinivasa Rao.

The leaders and activists of BC organisations and Yadava community leaders staged a dharna in front of revenue divisional office at Gurazala. The police rushed to the spot, dispersed the activists and arrested the leaders and later released them.

BC’s Demand Action Against Gurazala

The leaders of BC organisations and Yadava community met Guntur rural superintendent of police K. Narayan Naikat Guntur on Thursday evening and submitted a memorandum seeking stern action against DSP Nageswara Rao.

Yadawa Maha Sabha district president M. Kotaiah Yadav, leader Y. Srikanth Yadav, Kummari Sangham district president Sambasiva Rao and others participated in the programme.

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