Chargesheet filed against Sriram

Published: 04th January 2013 10:45 AM  |   Last Updated: 04th January 2013 10:45 AM   |  A+A-

The Dharmavaram police have filed a nine-page chargesheet against Paritala Sriram and 13 others in the case of conspiracy to kill Congress leader Kamireddypalli Sudhakar Reddy.

The chargesheet says, according to sources in the police department, that a 10-member gang had a deal with Sriram and others for Rs 10 lakh to kill Sudhakar Reddy. Chaman, a Telugu Desam leader and close associate of slain faction leader Paritala Ravi, is said to have lent help to the gang.

Hearing on Sriram’s anticipatory bail petition filed by advocate P Guruprasad will take place in a court here on Friday.

Parital Sunita, Rapthadu MLA and Sriram’s mother, told reporters on Thursday that the police raids on her home at midnight without  Assembly speaker’s permission were highly objectionable. The search teams had no policewoman in them, she said.

The TDP leader alleged that the Congress and the YSR Congress Party  had conspired to damage the image of Paritala’s family.

 Some YSRCP leaders had a key role in the conspiracy and the TDP would make it public very soon with proof, she said and asserted that her family had no enmity with Sudhakar Reddy.

She criticised the government and the police for acting post-haste against her son basing on some vague information but not acting in the same way against Sudhakar Reddy who was an accused in a triple murder case.

She also alleged that the police had actually arrested six persons but were showing the arrest of only three in the first information report (FIR).

Penukonda MLA and TDP district president BK Parthasarathi aslo alleged that the Congress and YSRCP connived with each other to damage the image of Paritala’s family.

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