VISAKHAPATNAM: A day after the trespassing case was registered, Anakapalle MLA Peela Govinda Satyanarayana dismissed the allegations and claimed that the land belonged to him. The charges were flung with malicious intention. Peela told the media here on Wednesday that it was the complainant, Rajesh Babu, who trespassed, not him.
The MLA said that he had bought around 2.5 acre of land from a person of Yanam in 1965 at Pendurthi. The MLA also added that he did not damage any wall or gate as alleged by the complainant and was completely unaware of how it collapsed. “With an allegation that around 108 yards had been trespassed, the complainant went to court claiming that it was his land, but as per the survey number it is my land, the court on Dec 23,2016 ruled status quo,” claimed Peela Govinda Satyanarayana.
The MLA also claimed that he had all documents regarding the land and with an intention to defame his name and grab the land, the complainant had again filed a complaint in the police station. The MLA also said that Rajesh also forwarded a complaint to the CM office which in turn forwarded it to the Intelligence department to inquire and he is not yet summoned.
Satyanarayana also said that he and his son had threatened Rajesh. “My son is out of station for the last 20 to 30 days. How can he threaten? With these allegations I am defamed. I would not hesitate to file a defamation case,” he said. When asked why the police had registered an FIR, though he has all documents, Satyanarayana claimed that the police had done their duty.