'I was Beaten up by Talasani's Son'

Published: 01st November 2015 05:13 AM  |   Last Updated: 01st November 2015 05:13 AM   |  A+A-


HYDERABAD: Abhinav Mahender who alleged that he was beaten up by Sai Kiran, son of commercial taxes minister Talasani Srinivas Yadav, pleaded his wife be sent back to him.  Abhinav, who was  married to badminton player Kalva  Bhuvana, alleged that he sent his wife to her parents’ home after receiving threats from the minister’s son.  He alleged that he was taken to the minister’s home in Maredpally,  beaten up black and blue for close to two hours until he agreed not to meet his wife.

“After Sai Kiran threatened that he can get police cases filed against me and asked me to send Bhuvana back home, I asked her to go to her parents place on Oct 24.  On Monday, I went to her house in Teachers colony to meet Bhuvana but was not allowed to meet her and her father Mahendranath Reddy verbally abused me,” he alleged at a press conference held on Saturday at Somajiguda Press Club.

According to Abhinav, at around 10.30 a.m. on Oct 26 some people came to his home at Maredpally and took him to the commercial taxes minister’s office in the same locality and beat me up. My wife’s father Mahendranath also manhandled me. Bhuvana’s belongings like clothes, photos were taken away from my house,  he alleged.

North Zone DCP N Prakash Reddy said that cases were filed against the minister’s son. “We are investigating the case,” he said.


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