Murder: Prelim report filed

Published: 10th July 2013 08:34 AM  |   Last Updated: 10th July 2013 08:34 AM   |  A+A-

Revenue and police departments Tuesday began preliminary inquiry into the incidents leading to the death of Palagani Ramakrishna (20), of Koduru village in the Krishna district and subsequent incidents, including opening of fire by Mylavaram circle inspector U Bangarraju on the agitators who protested the death Sunday evening at G Konduru.

He was found dead near Tadepalligudem in Guntur district on July 6. Five persons were injured in the firing. Krishna district additional superintendent of police S Bajpai met the CI and sub-inspector Abdul Huq at the government general hospital in Vijayawada Tuesday and inquired into the incidents. Bajpai told reporters that she had submitted a preliminary report to the higher officials. G Konduru mandal tahsildar D Gidyonu met the family members of Ramakrishna in Koduru village Tuesday and enquired about the victim.

They said Ramakrishna had gone to Salem in Tamil Nadu with a married woman 10 days back but did not return alive while the woman came back with the police, following a complaint lodged by her husband B Gopi.

They alleged that Ramakrishna was brutally murdered by family members of the married woman B Rajeswari his body was dumped near Tadepalligudem. The tahsildar told Express that they had conducted a preliminary inquiry and spoke to family members.

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