YADADRI BHUVANAGIRI:Helplessness and anger was palpable as parents and family members of murdered youth Amboji Naresh staged a dharna in front of the statue of Jagjivan Ram in Bhuvanagiri town on Sunday.
The kin of the deceased along with some civil society organisations demanded that erring police personnel face the music. The deceased’s parents reiterated that when they first filed a missing person’s case, they were ignored by some cops. They added that a manhunt was launched for Naresh, only after the High court’s directive. Naresh’s father Venkataiah, CPM, Schedule Tribes Students organization, Washerman Association and Kula Vivaksha Vyatireka Porata Samithi (KVVPS) took part. People held placards demanding action against the erring cops. KVVPS leader Paila Balu said that the girl’s father Srinivas Reddy had opposed Swathi and Naresh’s relationship. He alleged that Ramannapet Circle Inspector (CI) Srinivas, Bhuvanagiri CI Shanker Goud and Athmakur (M) Sub-Inspector (SI) Shiva Nagendra Prasad had supported and threatened Naresh’s family.
‘Hand over case to spl court’
The protesters said that Srinivas Reddy had a criminal background, adding that Reddy may have also killed his own daughter Swathi. They demanded an inquiry into the deaths through a special court to punish the guilty. The protesters warned that agitations would continue until guilty cops were brought to book.
Rachakonda police to file for custody of accused
Hyderabad: The Rachakonda police are likely to file a petition in the local court seeking custody of the two arrested persons, T Srinivas Reddy and Sathi Reddy in the relation with Naresh’s murder. This is being done to probe the allegations of the victim’s family sources said, quoting a senior police official from Rachakonda commissionerate. Meanwhile, an audio clip of a call surfaced, in which a SI from Bhonir circle is allegedly talking to Swathi, asking her to visit the police station as her father filed a kidnapping case.It is being alleged that the police had threatened Swathi.
Pay F25 lakh to murdered youth’s kin: DYFI
Khammam: Democratic Youth Federation of India (DYFI) activists burnt an effigy of state government near Saritha clinic in Khammam on Sunday for not acting in the Amboji Naresh case, who was allegedly murdered by his in-laws. They also demanded that an ex-gratia of I25 lakh be paid to Naresh’s family. More than 100 DYFI members took out a rally from the party office and burnt an effigy.