TRS leader Tammineni Krishnaiah hacked to fatality in Khammam
Khammam: In a surprising occurrence, a TRS leader, Tammineni Krishnaiah was killed completely in wide daytime at Teldarupalli town of Khammam Rural mandal in the area on Sunday.
The 55-year- old leader of Teldarupalli was hacked to fatality mins after he raised the nationwide flag at Ponnekal Rythu Vedika in the mandal. He was the supervisor of Tekulapalli PACS and also signed up with TRS from CPM at some time back.
The enemies waylaid at Maddulapalli dual room residences near Teldarupalli town, assaulted him with sickles, axes and also blades and also left him dead in a swimming pool of blood by the roadside.
The enemies have actually removed the wrists of Krishnaiah and also were claimed to have actually taken with them as the cadaver was missing out on both the wrists. He was taking a trip on a motorcycle together with his automobile motorist K Muttesham when the occurrence happened.
An auto-rickshaw struck the motorcycle on which the duo was taking a trip as they dropped; the enemies stabbed Krishnaiah indiscriminately, eliminating him right away, Muttesham, the eye-witness to the occurrence, informed the citizens. He apparently recognized several of the enemies.
Krishnaiah occurs to be a relative of CPM State Secretary Tammineni Veerabhadram and also a close affiliate of previous ministerTummala Nageswara Rao It was claimed that efforts on Krishnaiah’s life happened a couple of times after he left CPM, obtaining his spouse Mangatayi chosen as the neighborhood MPTC participant and also his triumph in participating society elections.
The fans of Krishnaiah held CPM in charge of the murder, which produced a feeling on the day when all were commemorating theIndependence Day Several TRS leaders condemned the murder of Krishnaiah.
Meanwhile, the fans of the dead leader assaulted the house and also bed and breakfast of a male, Tammineni Koteshwara Rao presuming his duty in the murder. Heavy police implementation was made to stop any type of unfortunate cases.