Rally held in support of Kapu quota
A bike rally was conducted in support of Kapu leader Mudragada Padmanabham\'s proposed padayatra to Amaravati on July 26 and to infuse confidence among community.
Rajamahendravaram: A bike rally was conducted in support of Kapu leader Mudragada Padmanabham's proposed padayatra to Amaravati on July 26 and to infuse confidence among community.
Padmanabham also participated in the bike rally, which started from Kirlampudi and passed through Pithapuram, Gollaprolu, Kattipudi and culminated at Kirlampudi.
- Passes through Pithapuram, Gollaprolu, Kattipudi before returning to starting point Kirlampudi
- Confusion among Mudragada supporters as CID’s plan to register cases against 330 activists in connection with train burning incident
Padmanabham earlier planned to organise the rally up to Kakinada but the police said no permission was given to him to organise the rally. It is learnt Padmanabham conducted bike rally by keeping the police in dark. The police force was withdrawn three days ago in Kirlampudi as the proposed rally to Kakinada was postponed.
Meanwhile, Kapu leaders and supporters of Padmanabham were in confusion as Director General of Police Nanduri Sambasiva Rao announced that a charge-sheet would be filed in CID court at Kakinada on July 14 against 330 persons relating to 69 cases and Mudragada Padmanabham was A-1 accused in many cases.
The cases were registered relating to arson that took place at Tuni on January 31 during Kapu Garjana, a massive public meeting held at Tuni on the day.
The agitators torched the Ratnachal Express bogies and damaged Tuni rural police station and many police vehicles were burnt.
Later, the government handed over the case to CID, which registered 69 cases against 330 persons of Godavari districts. In view of this, the persons facing cases are in trouble and are wondering to what extent their leaders save from the cases.