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Petition filed in HC against missing employees of IT grid

Petition filed in HC against missing employees of IT grid
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The Cyberabad Police Commissioner V C Sajjanar is conducting a review meeting on the IT Grid Company issue on Sunday Madhapur DCP, Cyberabad SOT officials and Hyderabad Task Force officials are attending the meeting

The Cyberabad Police Commissioner V C Sajjanar is conducting a review meeting on the IT Grid Company issue on Sunday. Madhapur DCP, Cyberabad SOT officials and Hyderabad Task Force officials are attending the meeting.

Earlier based on the complaint of Lokeshwar Reddy, a resident of Kukatpally who lodged a complaint against IT Grid Company alleging that the company officials theft the data of about 3.5 crore people of Andhra Pradesh who are the beneficiaries of welfare schemes of AP government. The Cyberabad police took four employees of the IT Grid Company including the main suspect Bhaskar into custody on Saturday night and are interrogating them.

Meanwhile tension created at the house of the complainant Lokesh Reddy in Kukatpally fortune fields when AP police tried to enter his house and took him into custody. Immediately Telangana Police rushed to the spot and obstructed them due to which the AP Police left from the place.

On the otherhand the ruling TDP and the main opposition parties blamed each other on the issue and criticised one another. TDP leaders alleged that by colluding with TRS Government, the YSRCP leaders are targetting the voters and sympathisers of their party. Where as the YSRCP leaders alleged that the TDP leaders by thefting the data conspiring to delete the voters and sympathisers of their party.

Meanwhile a Habeas corpus petition is filed in the High court by one of the employee of IT Grid by alleging that his colleague Bhaskar and three others were missing since Saturday.

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