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    High Court instructs police to refrain from arresting Bandi for Chengicherla incident until June 11th

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    The Telangana High Court single bench, led by Justice K. Lakshman, instructed the police not to arrest Bandi Sanjay Kumar, MP and BJP national general secretary, along with five others until June 11 in relation to the Chengicherla incident. The judge also asked the police to submit a counter-affidavit and to notify the petitioners under Section 41A Crpc before taking any action against them.

    The two criminal petitions, CRLP 3728/2024 & CRLP 3729/2024, were filed by Bandi and five others to dismiss two FIRs (FIR.No. 360 and 361 of 2024 in PS Uppal) charged against them under various sections of the IPC and Prevention of Public Property Act. The accusations stemmed from allegedly destroying barricades and obstructing police duties, resulting in injuries to law enforcement personnel and other staff. Bandi and other BJP activists had visited Pittalbasthi, Chengicherla, on March 25 to support ST community victims who were attacked by Rohingyas during Holi celebrations.

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    Saheel @ Md Raheel Amir, son of former Bodhan MLA Shakil Amir, filed a petition on Wednesday seeking to eliminate the LOC issued against him. Saheel is a suspect in FIR No. 886 of 2023 involving a hit-and-run incident registered by Panjagutta police. The incident occurred on December 24, 2023, when Saheel @ Raheel Amir @ Baba and his friends crashed a luxury car into a barricade near the CM’s camp office at Begumpet before fleeing to Dubai via Mumbai, prompting a look out notice.

    In another case, the HC directed CCS Hyderabad police not to arrest Sivananda Reddy, a former Additional SP, and his family members accused of encroaching and selling 26 acres of land in Budvel village, Rajendernagar mandal. Justice BollamVijaysen Reddy also instructed the police to notify Reddy and his family members under Section 41A Crpc and ordered the GP for Home to file a counter affidavit by April 8. The writ petition filed by Reddy, his wife, and son sought protection from coercive actions in four cases registered against them by CCS for allegedly grabbing government land in Budvel.

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    The hearing for this case was adjourned to April 8.

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