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By Our Staff Reporter
HYDERABAD, AUG. 19. Two days after receiving instructions from the lead bank to verify accounts, a cooperative society manager lodged a complaint with the Madannapet police alleging that three intruders had entered the society office on Thursday morning and burnt records by pouring petrol.
Vishveswar Rao, manager of Bhagyanagar Farmers Service Cooperative Society, located at IS Sadan in Santoshnagar, charged that the three intruders, one of them wielding a firearm, beat and tied him to a chair with rope. "His version is to be verified in the backdrop of notice issued by the Bank of India that has sponsored the society," the Santoshnagar ACP, Saheb Peer, said. Rao was shifted to Apollo hospital as he claimed sustaining injuries in the attack.
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