HYDERABAD: Thursday was a day for the bad behavior of the VIPs.
As the Shiv Sena MP sparked national indignation with his slipper to beat an Air India official, ACEC secretary V Hanumantha Rao, a former MP for Telangana, allegedly warned of the abuses of the casteist with a police inspector. The State Assembly.
The former mp, who has wooed controversy in the past, was captured at the warning camera a police officer after being arrested from entering the “Media Point” on Thursday.
Sudhakar, an inspector on the duty of bandobast, had told Rao only MLAs and MLCs were allowed to talk to the media in the designated area.
After the officer, originally from Miryalguda and currently posted at the Kamatipura police station in Hyderabad, took Friday to social media to express his anxiety and offered to quit smoking to protest humiliation, a criminal case was filed Against the politician. It was reserved under section 353 (assault or use of criminal power to prevent an official from discharging his duty) and 506 (criminal intimidation).
When Rao was arrested by the cop, he warned him and ordered him to show him the rule book. “You made Dharna Chowk out of bounds for protesters and now I’m banned from entering the Media Point.” “We live in a democracy or a dictatorship? Who are you to stop me?” Committee and I will definitely s’ Address to journalists, “said the former MP.
The police officer argued that he was simply informing the former MP about the rules and did not slow down his movement. “I also greeted Hanumantha Rao,” said the officer.
Referring to Prime Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, the head of the Congress said that the CM had used the same rally terrain for agitations during the state movement. Gun Park will also be out of bounds, “he said, adding that the CM held meetings at his camp office and triggered traffic jams in the city, citizens were banished to the suburbs if they want to hold a protest.
Thursday was not the first time that Hanumantha Rao had wooed controversy. He targeted Governor E S L Narasimhan in April last year, claiming that frequent visits to the governor’s temple bothered other devotees.
He also said that when the President visits Tirumala, it is a dignified event, but the governor “wanders” without wearing a shirt.
Speaking to YOU about the clash of the assembly, Hanumantha Rao said that the threat of the police officer to resign was politically motivated. “I have the right to address the media at the designated place.” When he objected, I asked him to show me orders, and in the assembly, only the speaker can give Orders and marshals can act on the speaker’s instructions. ,” he said.