Three detained with huge amount of cash for wooing TRS MLAs ahead of Munugode by-election

Ahead of the Munugode by-election, Cyberabad police on Wednesday raided a farmhouse in Aziz Nagar on the outskirts of Hyderabad, and arrested three people for allegedly trying to lure four TRS MLAs with huge sums of money and important positions and positions. taken into custody. Raids were conducted. With the police personnel reaching the spot late in the evening. Cyberabad Police Commissioner Stephen Ravindra while talking to the media said that the accused had come to Hyderabad from Delhi. The main accused has been identified as Ramchandra Bharti (33) alias Satish Sharma. Mr Ravindra said he is a cleric attached to a temple in Faridabad, and is living in the national capital. The others are D. Simhayaji (45), a Peethadipati from Tirupati and Nandkumar (48), a businessman from Saroornagar. Read also | Mr. Stephen Ravindra, who visited the farmhouse of Aziznagar in Moinabad mandal in Ranga Reddy, said that the police had received information from the ruling party MLAs that they were promised huge amounts of cash and contracts. is being tried. by some unknown sages and a hotelier in the city. Four MLAs – Guvwala Balaraju (Achampet), Rega Kantha Rao (Pinapaka), Beeram Harshvardhan Reddy (Kollapur) and Panjugula Rohit Reddy (Tandur) are seated in scenes aired on television channels. In the company of two sadhus identified as Ramchandra Bharati alias Satish Sharma, Simhayajulu (Tirupati) of Faridabad and Nand Kumar, a hotelier from the city. Read also | Munugode by-election Politics heated up with the announcement of the bypoll schedule by the Election Commission, surprisingly Kantha Rao, Harshvardhan Reddy and Rohit Reddy won the last election on Congress ticket and joined TRS. It is learned that the police raided the farmhouse and apprehended Swamiji and another person. It is believed that a huge amount of cash was also recovered from the farm house. Three MLAs- Balaraju, Rega Kantha Rao and Harshvardhan Reddy reached Pragati Bhavan, the chief minister’s camp office, directly from the farm house. Mr. Rohit Reddy later joined them at the camp office after lodging a complaint at the Moinabad police station. The three accused were shifted to Moinabad police station amid tight security. Read also | TRS, BJP trying to woo Munugode voters with money, liquor: Uttam slams his MLAs, TRS ministers – Gangula Kamalakar, A Indrakaran Reddy and V. Opposing the conspiracy by the BJP to woo Srinivas Gaur, held a flash dharna on NH-65. Hyderabad-Vijayawada vehicular traffic at Chautuappal. While leaving the farmhouse in the vehicle, Mr. Guvwala Balaraju said that the TRS leader would not give in to the greed of money. Without naming any political party, he said, “We have exposed the conspiracy to buy us through money.” “We are KCR’s foot soldiers and will not be misled by money,” he said, avoiding any further information. Mr. Kantha Rao said they had reached the farm house around 5 pm, meanwhile, security around Pragati Bhavan had been beefed up, perhaps in anticipation of the protests and not to take any risks, in view of the development.