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Killi Rama Mohan, Driver Held for Abusing Woman

Published: 29th April 2015 06:01 AM  |   Last Updated: 29th April 2015 06:01 AM   |  A+A-

VISAKHAPATNAM:The city police Tuesday morning took former Union minister Killi Kruparani’s husband Killi Rama Mohana Rao and his driver D Dhanunjaya into custody after a woman from Bheemili lodged a complaint against the duo.

The complainant, N Suguna, is the wife of NL Rao, a resident of Bheemili and a doctor working in Tagarapuvalasa. In her complaint, Suguna stated that Rama Mohana Rao and Dhanunjaya beat up the watchman of her residence severely, barged into their house and abused her, in an inebriated condition. Her husband was not home when the incident happened.

Madhurawada ACP D Ravi Babu said that they took both Rammohan Rao and Dhanunjaya into custody, but hastened to add that they are yet to establish what exactly had happened. “However, we understood that Rammohan Rao was under the influence of alcohol, as the alcometer reading showed 190,” the ACP informed.

Police suspect that Rama Mohana Rao and NL Rao were having differences of opinion with each other over financial and land issues. Meanwhile, sources said that Ram Mohana Rao tried to drag Suguna into his car, but she escaped and approached the cops.

The cops booked cases against the accused under 99/2015 and sections 447, 445, 323, 506 and 509 of IPC. Investigation is on.

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