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Call money racket creates tremors

Tuesday, December 15, 2015
Hyderabad

In the light of Call money racket that shacked the State, the police are conducting searches on the residences and offices of money lendors in Kadapa, Guntur and Krishna districts. The police during their raids today reportedly seized a number of promissory notes and important documents from the residences of money lenders.

The police are interrogating the TDP district vice-president Rama Rao and TDP former Municipal floor leader Bonu Ramana.

The police investigates the role of West Godavari district ZP Chairman Mullapudi Bapiraju role in the episode. Sources said that Bapiraju has invested Rs.1 crore. Pendyala Srikanth is very close to Bapiraju. The both are friends right from MBA studies. Police said that after nabbing Srikanth, they would get a clear picture after the arrest of Srikanth.

Vijayawada Commissioner of Police Gautam Sawang sent on leave

In the wake of ‘Call Money’ racket that busted in the city and created tremors in the State, Vijayawada City Police Commissioner Gautam Sawang was reportedly sent on leave. YSRCP spokesperson Ambati Rambabu said that the Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu is trying to guard the TDP leaders accused in the case has sent the Gautam Sawang on leave. He demanded that Chandrababu Naidu has to give an answer to this, he said.

Meanwhile, the Director General of JV Ramudu said that no one will be left unpunished in the call money scam. He said that PD Act would be slapped on those who threaten the borrowers. He said that Gautam Sawang has applied for leave a month ago. Budda Nageswara Rao, an accused in the case was arrested and seized promissory notes and documents that valued over crores of rupees were seized by the police. The police so far have taken 57 persons into custody.

APCC has filed a case in National Human Rights Commission. Party State Presdient N.Raghuveera Reddy said that the gang members have looted thousands of poor families.


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