Unlawful activities will be seriously dealt with: Dy CM

Unlawful activities will be  seriously dealt with: Dy CM
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AP deputy CM and home minister N. Chinarajappa reiterated that unlawful activities in any form will be curbed for enforcing law and order strictly in the state. The deputy CM quoted two incidents, the first one of the hawala racket of Rs 569 crore at Vizag and the incident of abduction of financier Brahmaji by a doctor and two nursing home owners in Vijayawada.

Kakinada: AP deputy CM and home minister N. Chinarajappa reiterated that unlawful activities in any form will be curbed for enforcing law and order strictly in the state. The deputy CM quoted two incidents, the first one of the hawala racket of Rs 569 crore at Vizag and the incident of abduction of financier Brahmaji by a doctor and two nursing home owners in Vijayawada.

In the first incident of hawala transactions four persons were arrested in Vizag and West Godavari. He said in the second incident of abduction at Vijayawada the case is being investigated by CID. The police are also investigating on the lines of involvement of hawala transactions also as abduction along with torture has been reported.

In the case relating to allegations fake charges framed by police on Satyam Babu relating to Ayesha Meera murder case, the home minister said that the CID has been handling the case. Turing his attention towards TDP and the conduct of Mahanadu, the deputy CM said that the three day event from 27 to 29 will be organised at Visakhapatnam in which all the party leaders will be participating. In this connection he said that the Mini Mahanadu of East Godavari will be organised for two days on May 23 and 24.

The deputy CM also said that the election for East Godavari district unit president of the party will be conducted on May 21 to bring down the curtains on election of new incumbent. East Godavari ZP chair person Namana Rambabu, Kakinada city MLA, V. Venkateswara Rao, TDP Kakinada city unit president Sunkara Tirumala Kumar and other leaders attended.

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