Tuesday , September 27 2022

All-party team meets DGP, seeks SC/ST case against Sircilla SP

Hyderabad,   All-party delegation today met Director General of Police Anurag Sharma and urged him to file an SC/ST Atrocities case against Sircilla SP Vishwajith as the State government itself admitted that the police committed a mistake in regard to Nerella incident.

All-party leaders Bhatti Vikramarka (TPCC), Chada Venkat Reddy (CPI), A Revanth Reddy (TTDP) and others met the DGP and submitted a memorandum today at the latter’s office.

Later speaking to the media, TPCC working president Mallu Bhatti said that they asked DGP to tell as to why the department didn’t file SC, ST Atrocity case against Sircilla SP Vishwashith. “We asked DGP to file cases against police concerned immediately”, he said.

CPI state secretary Chada Venkat Reddy said the government failed to initiate action against the police though 40 days were completed after the incident. The daliths have no protection in IT minister KT Ramarao’s own constituency. KT Ramarao has no time to see the people. The victims will get justice only when the government suspends Vishwajith, he said.

TTDP working president A Revanth Reddy said that the state government was trying to escape from the Nerella incident by suspending CCS SI Ravinder. The victims lodged complaint against Sircilla SP Vishwajit but there was no response from the state government, he said and asked government to tell as to why it failed to file a case against the sand lorry owner. He told that they asked DGP to initiate action against the police by not succumbing to the political pressures. He said that all-party delegation asked DGP to tell as to how KTR will announce the suspension of SI without any relation with police. “It shows that the police working for the pleasure of KTR”, he said and asked police to work for the sake of people.

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