Hyderabad: The special investigation team (SIT) of the central crime station will be investigating the case booked against Telangana Vidyarthi Vedika president, Maddileti. He was booked under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA) by the Nallakunta police on Tuesday.
Stating this, Hyderabad police chief, Anjani Kumar, said that during searches at Maddileti’s residence in Vidyanagar, police allegedly found incriminating evidence in connection with the links between Maddileti and core committee members of the Maoists, including letters threatening educational institutions.
Mr Kumar warned frontal organisations of Maoists not to mislead innocent youths. “There is a continuous effort from the left wing extremist groups to mislead innocent youths. Their primary target are students.” he said. He stated that the CPI and related frontal organisations were banned under Section 5 of UAPA. Revolutionary Poets Organization (RPO) condemned the arrest of Dr Jagan who was also editor of Student March magazine as illegal and the suppression of public voices. As a mark of protest, the organisation organised a programme at Sundarayya Vignana Kendram on Thursday.