The idols included two 12th century ancestral idols of Goddess Annapurna Devi and God Veerabhadra Swamy made of panchaloha and three others-Lord Murali Krishna’s idol.
The man had alleged that a moneylender lent him Rs 6 lakh but extorted Rs 23 lakh from him and was demanding more money.
The police also destroyed 467 litres of country-made liquor, 3,107 liquor pouches and 454 liquor bottles and arrested 12 persons.
Police said that the accused are active members of CBN Army and posted objectionable comments against CM Jagan and Chilakaluripeta MLA V Rajini.
The police said that the three accused sent messages in August to the victim stating that they could get MBBS seat for his son at National Medical College, Calcutta.
The mayhem began after the protest turned violent near the New Friends Colony road where several buses were set afire and vehicles vandalised.
Cases were registered against Varma for posting morphed photos of evangelist KA Paul which he seemingly did to generate publicity for his film Amma Rajyamlo Kadapa Biddalu.
Of the 50 students, 35 were released from the Kalkaji police station and 15 from the New Friends Colony police station, a senior police officer said.
A woman journalist covering the anti-Citizenship Amendment Act protest by students of Jamia Millia Islamia University was hit and abused by the cops.
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The state-level competition to be organised by the Kerala Police will find the best sniffer dog, tracking dog, rescue dog and patrol dog.
The Delhi Police resorted to lathi-charge after the protesters set three buses on fire and broke several private vehicles.
Thackeray asked the police top brass to use modern technology for the security and safety of people.
The victim opened a mail in his inbox after which he files in the computer were encrypted by hackers, who according to the police, are not from India.
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