Audikesavulu’s son booked for trespass

HYDERABAD: Medchal police on Monday registered a case of trespass and damage of properties against the son of former MP DK Audikesavulu Naidu and two others. According to the police, Nai

Published: 17th April 2012 04:40 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 07:34 PM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: Medchal police on Monday registered a case of trespass and damage of properties against the son of former MP DK Audikesavulu Naidu and two others.

According to the police, Naidu’s son Srinivas and the other two trespassed into a land and damaged property which the complainant claimed to be his.

According to inspector of police A Rami Reddy, a person, Madhusudan, manager of Prasad Seeds Company, built a small shed in a one-acre land bearing survey number 806 near the IDA Medchal., claiming that the land belonged to him. Around 11.30 am on Monday, carrying a sale deed and some other papers,  Srinivas and his friends Narender Reddy and Veerabhadra Reddy barged into the land. Madhusudan had a heat argument with them, stating that he had bought the land and was in possession of the sale deed. Not ready to buy the other man’s claim, Srinivas and his friends went about damaging the property.

Madhusudan approached Medchal police station and lodged a complaint against Srinivas and his friends. Police registered a case of trespass and property damage.  Srinivas showed the police a sale deed executed in the names of Srinivas, Veerabhadra Reddy and Narender Reddy.  “Both have sale deeds and it seems they had purchased the land from two different persons. We received the complaint from Madhusudan and will start investigation,’’ police said.

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