Talasani's Son Booked

Published: 31st October 2015 06:19 AM  |   Last Updated: 31st October 2015 06:19 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: Police registered a case against the son of  minister Talasani Srinivas Yadav for allegedly detaining a national tennis woman player and threatening her husband whom she has married recently against her parents’ wish.

Abhinav, the player’s husband, lodged a complaint with the Marredpally police alleging that the minister’s son, Sai Kiran, had threatened him with dire consequences.   According to the police, Abhinav, a resident of Marredpally, fell in love with national tennis player Bhuvana and the two got married six months ago despite opposition from Bhuvana’s parents.

Abhinav, who visits a gym regularly, met Bhuvana at the same gym and they developed relationship. When Bhuvana requested her parents to let her marry Abhinav, they turned down the proposal. But Bhuvana married Abhinav in May.

Upset, Bhuvana’s father Mahender approached minister Srinivas Yadav seeking justice and  his intervention.  While discussions were taking place between Abhinav and Bhuvana’s parents, the minister’s son allegedly interfered and threatened Abhinav. The latter approached the police.

“We received a complaint from one Abhinav who alleged that he was threatened by one Sai Kiran who is minister’s son. Based on the complaint, police registered cases and took up investigation,” said DCP N Prakash Reddy.


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