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High drama prevailed at Government General Hospital (GGH) in Rajamahendravaram on Tuesday evening as police obstructed three key associates Nalla Vishnu Murthy, Akula Ramakrishna and Vesireddi Yesu Das, who were released on bail from Rajamahendravaram central prison from meeting Mudragada Padmanabham.

Rajamahendravaram: High drama prevailed at Government General Hospital (GGH) in Rajamahendravaram on Tuesday evening as police obstructed three key associates Nalla Vishnu Murthy, Akula Ramakrishna and Vesireddi Yesu Das, who were released on bail from Rajamahendravaram central prison from meeting Mudragada Padmanabham.

Police have transformed GGH and surrounding areas into a fortress and curfew conditions were prevailing in the area. A strict vigil was maintained all along the national highway from Rajamahendravaram to Kirlampudi. It may be recalled that Kapu leader, who has been fasting from past 13 days, made it clear that he along with his wife would end fast only after the release of all the 13 persons arrested in connection with Tuni arson.

Meanwhile, Kapu JAC leaders trying to talk to Mudragada to try and convince him to end fast as all the 13 arrested in Tuni arson were released on bail. However, the Kapu leader said that he would end his fast only at Kirlampudi.

It seems that the State government and Mudragada are trying for upper hand in the entire episode and are keeping their options closed until the last minute. Sources said that the Kapu leader was insisting officials to shift him to Kirlampudi in police jeep in which he was brought to Rajamahendravaram. However, the officials are trying to convince him that they will shift him in an ambulance.

Earlier, team of doctors led by GGH superintendent, Ramesh Kishore released a health bulletin on the health of Mudragada and his wife. Dr Kishore informed that all the reports were normal and Mudragada’s weight decreased by six kgs whereas the weight of his wife decreased by four kgs. Commenting on allegations that services were hit in the past two weeks, he said that there was no marked difference in the number of visiting patients.

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