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2 land grab cases reported; KTR asks cops to act

Two land grabbing cases were reported at different places in Cyberabad police limits on Tuesday. While Rajendranagar MLA Prakash Goud and his followers reportedly demolished

Published: 01st November 2017 01:58 AM  |   Last Updated: 01st November 2017 11:19 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

 HYDERABAD: Two land grabbing cases were reported at different places in Cyberabad police limits on Tuesday. While Rajendranagar MLA Prakash Goud and his followers reportedly demolished the compound wall of a premises belonging to Mohan Reddy in Mailardevpally police limits, in another instance, a NRI Chandrakanth Kulkarni who was vexed over a local leader occupying his duplex house contacted minister KT Rama Rao on twitter.

Rao directed police to take action. “I returned to the city a few months ago from Dubai. While I was busy in the funeral of my mother in-law, PD Raj, tenant of my residence refused to vacate and vandalised my residence. I lodged a complaint,’’ he said. “After I lodged a complaint, Alwal SI Laxmi Narayana pressurised me to compromise with Raj Finally, I tweeted KTR,” he said. Rajendranagar MLA Prakash Goud allegedly threatened Mohan to vacate premises. “Based on complaint, we have registered cases against the MLA,” said police.

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