Politician's Role Comes Under Lens

Published: 28th April 2015 06:01 AM  |   Last Updated: 28th April 2015 06:03 AM   |  A+A-

KURNOOL:Police are trying to find out more about the role of a politician belonging to Nandyal revenue division, who is allegedly helping Nitu Agarwal, Mastan Vali and Gangi Reddy involved in the red sanders smuggling, it is reliably learnt.

Police suspect that the political leader is also supporting them at present in legal matters. They have some clues in this regard and are looking for more evidence, according to sources.

Sources said the legal advisor of the politician went to Mauritius to give advice to Gangi Reddy, who is a wanted red sanders smuggler on the police list.

Meanwhile, police are planning to take Tollywood actress Nitu Agarwal into their custody in the next couple of days for interrogation, with court permission.

The relatives and friends of the actress are trying to get her bail and approached some of legal experts on Monday.

The legal advisor of YSRC leader and Chagalamarri mandal president Mastan Vali, who is in Anantapur police custody now, is helping Nitu Agarwal to get bail.

SC says no to CBI Probe

New Delhi: Supreme Court declined to entertain petitions seeking a CBI probe or court-monitored inquiry into the firing that left 20 people dead. A bench, headed by Chief Justice H L Dattu, said the High Court at Hyderabad and NHRC are already looking into the incident.

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