Morphed images: Mallu Ravi receives fresh police notice
DECCAN CHRONICLE | DC Correspondent
HYDERABAD: Within days after receiving a notice and appearing for investigation, Mallu Ravi, senior vice-president of TPCC, who is named as accused in the case of morphed images of public representatives circulated on social media, received a fresh notice this time from the Market police on Saturday.
Police officials who met him at Gandhi Bhavan's war room served the notice after an FIR was registered against him at the Market police station by a BRS leader. He was booked under sections 469, 504 and 505 (1)(C) of IPC and asked to appear for investigation on February 8. Police also served notices on Congress strategist Sunil Kanugolu and three of his employees, who also had received notices earlier from Cybercrime police.