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TD leader Pattabhi released on bail

DECCAN CHRONICLE. | DC CORRESPONDENT
Published Oct 24, 2021, 2:42 am IST
Updated Oct 24, 2021, 7:38 am IST
Earlier in the day, the AP High Court granted him bail in connection with a case lodged at Governorpet police station
The TD senior leader was arrested by the police on Wednesday night for making derogatory remarks against Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy. (DC File Image)
 The TD senior leader was arrested by the police on Wednesday night for making derogatory remarks against Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy. (DC File Image)

Vijayawada: Telugu Desam (TD) spokesman K. Pattabhi Ram was released on bail from the Central Jail in Rajamahendravaram in East Godavari on Saturday.

Earlier in the day, the AP High Court granted him bail in connection with a case lodged at Governorpet police station, Vijayawada, after the leader executed a bond for a sum of Rs 20,000 with two sureties each.

 

The TD senior leader was arrested by the police on Wednesday night for making derogatory remarks against Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy and produced him before the third additional chief metropolitan magistrate court which in turn remanded him to 14 days judicial custody. He was shifted to Machilipatnam jail and later to the Central Jail in Rajamahendravaram on Friday.
His remarks kicked up a series of protests by both the ruling YSR Congress and the opposition Telugu Desam and others in the state.

Pidiguralla police get HC’s contempt notices

 

 The Andhra Pradesh High Court served contempt of court notices on the police at Piduguralla in Guntur district for arresting Telugu Yuvatha state secretary D. Ramakrishna despite a stay order issued against his arrest, on Saturday.

The police arrested Ramakrishna in a case even as he obtained an anticipatory bail from the court. His lawyers Narra Srinivas and Muppala Balakrishnan filed petitions in the High Court on contempt of court and also defamation against the police personnel at Piduguralla for arresting him.

The court heard the petitions on Saturday and expressed its ire and served contempt of court notices on the police.

 

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