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CPI State Secretary Narayana granted bail

Arrested on the charge of assaulting the MRO

Hyderabad, July 9, 2007

The Additional First Class Judicial Magistrate O Venkata Nageswara Rao on Monday granted bail to the CPI State secretary K Narayana and other 16 persons who were lodged in the Rajahmundry Central Jail for the last three days in connection with a case of assault on the Koyyalagudem Mandal Revenue Officer.

The police arrested the CPI leader and his colleagues under Section 124-A, among others, when they allegedly manhandled the MRO while protesting against the eviction of over 50 `poor families from a piece of endowment land at Rajavaram village under Kollagudem mandal. The police dramatically backtracked at the last minute and submitted a revised charge sheet to the court as per which the controversial Section 124-A was withdrawn.

CPI State executive member and former MLA K Subbaraju and State council member B Venkateswarlu left for Rajahmundry with the bail orders to secure the release of their leaders from the Central Jail.

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