The police stopped the BJP leaders, who were on their way to Gudivada from Gannavaram, under the Unguturu police station limits.
The TDP leaders slammed Nani for turning the birthplace of freedom fighters, stalwarts and intellectuals like Gudivada into a ‘casino capital’ for the sake of easy money.
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Reiterating that no casino activity was held in the Kalyana mandapam owned by him, the minister maintained that video footage and photos in that regard were fake.
Opposition TDP leaders claimed that they have evidence to prove that a casino was organised in Gudivada during the recent Sankranti celebrations.
As the police asked them to cancel their visit, citing Covid-19 restrictions, scores of TD activists reached the spot and raised slogans against CM YS Jagan Mohan Reddy and the police department.
In a brief interaction with media persons, Kodali Nani went hammer and tongs against those levelling allegations against him.
The TDP leader strongly objected to the complacent manner in which the police treated the issue.
Ramaiah also lashed out at the police department for not taking any action against the organisers of gambling.
The organisers, allegedly close aides of Nani, collected Rs 10,000 as entry fees and provided all facilities such as unlimited liquor and food to the participants.
Hebbar, who is also a minister of state for labour, told reporters recently that mega infrastructure projects are being planned in the district.
The decision was taken during a Task Force Committee meeting chaired by Chief Minister Pramod Sawant.
The Group of Ministers (GoM) will be convened by Gujarat Deputy Chief Minister and Finance Minister Nitin Patel
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