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KCR's niece moves SHRC against TRS chief, leaders
Seeking protection from TRS leader K Chandrasekhar Rao, Ramya, niece of KCR approached State Human Rights Commission (SHRC) on Saturday. She filed a...
Seeking protection from TRS leader K Chandrasekhar Rao, Ramya, niece of KCR approached State Human Rights Commission (SHRC) on Saturday. She filed a petition stating that she was facing threat to life from both KCR and activists and leaders of the TRS.
In the petition, she mentioned that followers of the TRS had attacked her residence for expressing solidarity to Chintaswamy, a rebel who was expelled from the TRS recently. She also alleged that she had been receiving threatening calls from members of Telangana Jagruti after she lodged a complaint with Director General of Police (DGP) following attack on her house by TRS activists.
She urged the state human rights body to take action against the persons who made threatening calls. Responding to her petition, the SHRC directed Karimnagar Superintendent of Police to submit a comprehensive report by August 8. When contacted by The Hans India, Ramya said, "I only expressed solidarity with the rebel leader of TRS. I did not attack anybody." TRS chief, she said has no respect for women.
She said that all that she had done was to send one chappal as part of the programme 'Veyyi Dappulu and Laksha Cheppulu' dandora which was organised as a revolt against the TRS leaders on July 7.