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Errabelli remanded in 15-day judicial custody

WARANGAL: TTDF convener Errabelli Dayakar Rao was denied bail in connection with the Jaffargarh SI case. The TD leader was booked for being harsh to the SI during campaigning for the bypolls.

Published: 13th March 2012 02:52 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:34 PM   |  A+A-

WARANGAL: TTDF convener Errabelli Dayakar Rao was denied bail in connection with the Jaffargarh SI case. The TD leader was booked for being harsh to the SI during campaigning for the bypolls. Third munsif magistrate Patil Vasant issued orders that Errabelli should be sent to 15-day remand. On Monday evening, amidst high tension, police shifted Dayakar Rao for the court to MGM Hospital for medical tests. There was jostling between advocates, police and TDP workers for nearly 40 minutes. Advocates became angry when TDP functionaries pushed them away.

The lawyers raised slogans against the TDP while TDP activists shouted ‘Jai Telangana’.  Lawyers prevented TDP district president Revuri Prakash Reddy from entering the hall. They entered into an argument with Prakash Reddy stating that he recently made ‘insulting remarks’ against advocates who participated in Telangana agitation. After sometime, TDP activists pushed the advocates away and the lawyers too retaliated. Soon police tried to bring the situation under control but could not. The magistrate rejected the plea and Rao was shifted to Warangal Central Jail.



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