Arvind also should bring funds from Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
After the police took eight TRS workers into custody on Friday, another one was detained on Saturday.
However, the police nipped the protest in the bud by taking them into custody at the BJP party office itself.
Sugarcane farmers in Nizamabad, who have been fighting a long battle for the revival of sugar factories, are now pressing to make their demand an election issue in the district.
Arvind said that about two-and-a-half years ago, the Railway Ministry had sanctioned Madhavnagar Railway Overbridge and released Rs 30 crore which is its share of estimated investment.
BJP senior leader and Nizamabad MP Dharmapuri Arvind has exuded confidence that the party will form the government in Andhra Pradesh also in the next elections.
Saroornagar Inspector K Seetharam said that on the directions of the court, a case was registered under Sections 504 and 505(1)(c) of IPC.
Meanwhile, Union Minister for Home Affairs Amit Shah called Arvind and enquired about his wellbeing.
Terming it a major scam, he estimated that under every parliamentary constituency the ruling party might have resorted to similar misappropriation of funds which could run into thousands of crores.
Addressing the media at BJP party office at Nampally, Arvind asked Education Minister P Sabitha Indra Reddy what was ‘silly’ about the 12 demands being made by the students.
On Saturday, TRS cadre gathered at Velpur X Roads and Kukunuru Village in Balkonda Assembly Constituency to create obstructions to the MP’s programmes.
The farmers were protesting against Arvind's failure in achieving Turmeric Board for Nizamabad.
Arvind also reminded that the TRS cadre attacked him at Issapally in Armoor mandal and accused the police of not taking any action.
Arvind said that farmers had grasped that the CM’s claim of buying every grain of paddy since 2014 was a sheer lie.