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    ACB Court instructs CID to send notice to Nara Lokesh over alleged threats to police and Government officials

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    The ACB special court has postponed the hearing of the Andhra Pradesh CID’s petition to arrest TDP general secretary Nara Lokesh until January 9. The CID filed the petition because they believe Lokesh has been openly threatening the police officers who are investigating various scams involving him and his father, Nara Chandrababu Naidu. The CID claims that Lokesh stated that the names of these officers were included in the Red Book and they would face consequences once the TDP Government took power in the State. As a result, the court has ordered the CID to issue notices to Lokesh.

    During his “Yuvaglam Padayatra” on December 20 in Polipalli village, Vizianagaram, Lokesh claimed that he keeps track of all Government officers, especially police officers who are acting on the command of the YCP and harassing TDP members with false cases. He stated that he has noted down all of their names.

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