CPI bid to disrupt golf match at Emaar

HYDERABAD: CPI state secretary K Narayana and his associates were on Sunday arrested by the police when they tried to obstruct a golf match held at Emaar Properties Boulder Hills Golf Course i

Published: 05th March 2012 06:31 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:29 PM   |  A+A-

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HYDERABAD: CPI state secretary K Narayana and his associates were on Sunday arrested by the police when they tried to obstruct a golf match held at Emaar Properties Boulder Hills Golf Course in Nanakramguda.

The charity match was being held by a voluntary organisation for generating funds for the benefit of cancer patients.

Narayana and 15 of his supporters staged a dharna at the entrance of the golf course demanding the government to give back the 500 acres of lands procured from the farmers for the Emaar Township project.

As Narayana and his associates tried to force their way, police took them into preventive custody and shifted them to the Chandanagar police station.

After completing the formalities, they were let off on personal bond.

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