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CPI State Secretary K Narayana sent for 15-day jail
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CPI State Secretary K Narayana sent for 15-day jail

Tension in Koyyalagudem following alleged attack on MRO

West Godavari, July 5, 2007

CPI State Secretary K Narayana sent for 15-day jail on charges of criminal assult, unlawful assembly, causing injury and criminal intention at Koyyalagudem Mandal of Eluru. Narayana with other party supporters was in Koyyalagudem protesting against the eviction of encroachers of endowment land in Rajavaram village of Koyyalagudem. The Koyyalagudem Mandal Revenue Office was injured when situation turned violent. This incident triggered Government Employee Associations and Unions to protest.

Police have arrested Narayana and 15 others on various charges and are produced before Additional First Class Magistrate who ordered judicial custody for 15 days. They were later sent to the Rajahmundry Central Jail.

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