MLA assaults ambulance driver

HYDERABAD: A small dispute over parking of a vehicle led to Anaparthy MLA manhandle the driver of a ‘108\'  emergency service ambulance at Ameerpet here on Saturday. The Punjagutta police,

Published: 08th April 2012 03:01 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 07:23 PM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: A small dispute over parking of a vehicle led to Anaparthy MLA manhandle the driver of a ‘108'  emergency service ambulance at Ameerpet here on Saturday. The Punjagutta police, however, did not register a case, stating that it was a petty dispute.

Police said the driver of the ambulance parked his vehicle near Image Hospitals around 3.30 p.m. Around that time, Anaparthy MLA Nalamilli Sesha Reddy was going that way in his car and found the ambulance in his way but the ambulance driver refused to give way to the MLA's car.

The irritated MLA manhandled Rajesh, the driver of the `108' vehicle. Rajesh approached the Punjagutta police station and lodged a complaint.

“It was a petty case. We did not register any case against the MLA. Rajesh complained that the MLA had manhandled him. We investigated the matter and found that Rajesh, who parked the vehicle in front of the MLA's car, refused to give a way to the car,'' said N Tirupati Rao, inspector.

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