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Police book cases against KCR, Narendra

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HYDERABAD: The Banjara Hills police on Friday booked cases against senior Telangana Rashtra Samithi leaders and Union Ministers-- K. Chandrasekhar Rao and A. Narendra-- besides 30 others following a directive given by a city court.

The cases were registered under sections 153-A (promoting enmity among different groups on grounds of religion, language etc.), 505 (statements conducting to public mischief), 149 (unlawful assembly) and 120-B (punishment for criminal conspiracy) of IPC.

Admitting a private complaint lodged by journalist P. Srinivas, the Third Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate of city criminal courts recently directed the Banjara Hills police to initiate criminal proceedings against the leaders for their alleged inflammatory remarks.

Meanwhile, another complaint was filed before the Third Metropolitan Magistrate, Cyberabad Commissionerate, seeking direction to the Nacharam police to register criminal cases against Mr. Narendra, Mr. Rao and another TRS leader K. Jayashankar for their speeches at a TJS meeting in Nacharam.

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The TRS leaders had reportedly said that the Telangana Jagarana Sena (TJS) launched by the party would take the shape of a militant organisation and indulge in violent activities, if required. Mr. Narendra allegedly went ahead to say that the TJS activists would arm themselves with AK-47 rifles, if need be, and "wash the feet of Mother Telangana with the blood of betrayers."

In his complaint, Mr. Srinivas alleged the two Ministers tried to create animosity among people of three regions of the State and intended to instil fear among people. All the accused persons participated in drills and physical exercises.

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