RGV booked for posting morphed pic of CM Chandrababu Naidu joining YSRCP
The sensational director Ram Gopal Verma has again back into headlines by posting a morphed picture of Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu as if he is joining YSRCP in the presence of YS Jagan Mohan Reddy on Facebook handle.
Amaravati: The sensational director Ram Gopal Verma has again back into headlines by posting a morphed picture of Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu as if he is joining YSRCP in the presence of YS Jagan Mohan Reddy on Facebook handle.
Now regarding this, a case has been filed against RGV at Tadepalli Gudem rural police station in West Godavari district.
The TDP activist Devibabu Chowdary has also logged the complaint with Telangana police now with AP police. The reason for the complaint as the post has been received as disturbing the law and order of the state. Chowdary demands police to take strict action against director RGV.
He said that the fight will be continued until RGV makes an open apology to Chandrababu Naidu. The post has crossed 16k likes and was shared more than 990 times. The netizens who saw the morphed pic have made satirical comments on CM Naidu.
In the series of NTR Biopic, RVG has released Lakshmi's NTR, which has received the positive talk. The film was released all over the world expect in AP.
The movie was screened showing Chandrababu Naidu as the main villain, for which the film was banned to release in the state. During the AP elections, RGV has urged Andhra people to watch the film before voting.
In another FB post, RGV satirical said in YS Jagan's government Rs 3,000 pension for Chandrababu Naidu, a job for Nara Lokesh at Grama secretariat, Rs 15,000 financial help for Brahmani under Amma Vodi scheme, and health treatment for Nandamuri Balakrishna under Aarogyasri scheme.
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