No entry for Swami Paripoornanada on Hyderbad outskirts too
Following information that Sri Peetam pontiff Swami Paripoornanada was planning to come back to Hyderabad and even booked a flight ticket from...
Hyderabad: Following information that Sri Peetam pontiff Swami Paripoornanada was planning to come back to Hyderabad and even booked a flight ticket from Madhurapudi Airport in Rajahmundry, the police on Thursday extended his ban orders to Cyberabad and Rachakonda Police Commissionerates areas also.
Swami Paripoornananda said he was banned from entering only Hyderabad city and therefore he could stay on the city outskirts and intended to stay in Cyberabad police limits. On receiving the reports, Cyberabad and Rachakonda Police Commissionerates immediately issued orders saying that Swami Paripoornanada was not allowed even in the police station limits of these two regions for six months. Notices have also been sent to Swamiji who was at his Sripeetam in Kakinada.
It may be mentioned here that on Wednesday Swami Paripoornanada was externed from the city for six months for allegedly making provocative statements, under Telangana Prevention of Anti-Social and Hazardous Activities Act. On July 9, the Swamiji was put under house arrest at a house owned by a real estate firm in Jubilee Hills here ahead of his padayatra in protest against the recent statements and campaigns in the social media and electronic media against Hindu deities.