Telangana police stop state BJP Chief ahead of ‘padayatra’


HYDERABAD: The Telangana Police has stopped state BJP President Bandi Sanjay Kumar when he was continuing in direction of Bhainsa city to launch the fifth part of ‘Praja Sangrama Yatra’ from Monday.

After denying permission for the yatra and the general public assembly in Bhainsa city of Nirmal district, police stopped Bandi Sanjay and different leaders and celebration employees accompanying him and despatched them again.

The convoy of Sanjay, who can also be a Member of Parliament, was pressured to cease close to Tatipalli in Jagtiyal mandal. The police requested him to return citing lack of permission for the padyatra.

The BJP chief took robust objection to the police motion. He evaded police and left in a car of a celebration employee. The police then stopped him close to Venkatapura in Korutla mandal. Agitated over this, Sanjay and his supporters staged a protest by squatting on the highway.

Police detained the BJP chief and despatched him again to Jagtial. He claimed that police initially granted permission however in any case preparations have been made withdrew the identical.

“They are saying Bhaina is a sensitive place. Is Bhainsa some prohibited area,” Sanjay requested.

Communal delicate Bhainsa had seen communal riots on few events previously and the police have the apprehension that the padyatra could disturb public order.

The state BJP chief stated he was returning to Karimnagar on the request of the police and would wait until Monday afternoon. He vowed to go forward with the padyatra.

The BJP is claimed to be planning to method the Telangana Excessive Court docket on Monday to problem the police order disallowing the padyatra.

The saffron celebration has condemned the police motion in opposition to Bandi Sanjay. Adilabad MP Soyam Bapu Rao stated the motion displays the autocratic rule within the state.

The fifth part of padyatra was scheduled to start out from Bhainsa. Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis was invited to handle the general public assembly to mark the start of the padyatra.

The fifth part of the walkathon is scheduled for 20 days. As per the schedule introduced by the celebration, it’s going to culminate at Karimnagar on December 17.

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