AP High Court serves notice to TDP leader Ayyanna Patrudu

05-11-2022 Sat 07:45 | Local
AP High Court serves notice to TDP leader Ayyanna Patrudu

Amaravati, November 5: The Andhra Pradesh High Court served notices to former minister and senior TDP leader Ch. Ayyanna Patrudu and his son Ch. Rajesh after CID police filed a petition challenging the rejection of remand by Visakha Chief Metropolitan Magistrate in a forgery case. Even, it also heard arguments on petition filed by Ayyanna Patrudu. 
The High Court asked the lower court as to how it can say Section 147 will not be applicable to the case registered by the CID alleging that Ayyanna Patrudu had grabbed two acres of government land behind his house by forging signatures of government officials at Narsipatnam in Anakapalli district. Hearing was adjourned to November 10. 
The CID police filed a non-bailable case under various sections against the TDP leader and son and arrested them on Thursday. The CID court granted bail to Ayyanna Patrudu and Rajesh. 

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