VIJAYAWADA: The excessive court docket on Thursday directed the police to not intervene within the private liberty of former minister Ch Ayyanna Patrudu with out following due technique of legislation. Responding to the petition filed by Patrudu, the court docket additionally requested the police to submit the record of circumstances booked in opposition to him throughout the state.
Patrudu contended that police from numerous districts are roaming round his home after he criticised the state authorities in the course of the TDP’s Mahanadu held on June 15. Arguing on behalf of the TDP chief, advocate VV Satish mentioned police are intruding into the non-public privateness of the petitioner and are roaming round Patrudu’s home with none motive. They’re additionally not giving FIR copies in order that one can know if any circumstances are booked in opposition to him, he alleged.
The counsel for the crime investigation division mentioned they haven’t booked Patrudu. The counsel for dwelling division additionally mentioned no circumstances are registered in opposition to him in Srikakulam, Vizianagaram, Anakapalli, Paderu and Alluru Sitarama Raju districts. He sought time to submit particulars of the remaining districts and requested the excessive court docket to not give any interim orders as there might need been different circumstances in opposition to the petitioner. He mentioned the petition was filed with none legitimate causes and is supposed to evade investigation in different circumstances.
Justice Ch Manavendranath Roy requested why cops are deployed if there no circumstances registered in opposition to the petitioner. He directed the police to comply with due technique of legislation and posted the matter for additional listening to to Friday.