Kollam Gangi Reddy sent to prison

2.4 years in prison, he got bail and then fled abroad

Anantapur: Notorious red sanders smuggler Kollam Gangi Reddy was ordered to serve his pending conviction period and sent to central prison in Kadapa on Monday.

Gangi Reddy was sentenced to spend four years in prison in connection with the murder of Triveni Steels proprietor Muralidhar Reddy in Proddutur in 1992.

After spending 2.4 years in prison, he got bail and then fled abroad. His 1.8 year conviction period is pending.

The special police team produced Gangi Reddy before Proddutur second class JFCM V.V. Srinivasa Murthy at his residence in Kadapa at around 6.30 am on Monday. Gangi Reddy was earlier taken to RIMS hospital for a medical check up for a physical fitness certificate.

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( Source : deccan chronicle )
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