FGG demands speedy probe into slain Nayeem's case
Forum for Good Governance secretary M Padmanabha Reddy says several leaders have maintained relations with the gangster
Hyderabad: The Forum for Good Governance has collected data regarding the slain gangster Mohammed Nayeemuddin alias Nayeem's case with the help of Right to Information (RTI) Act.
According to M Padmanabha Reddy, secretary for Forum for Good Governance, who applied and sought clarification from Y Nagi Reddy, Inspector General of Police, SIT, said that many facts came to light.
Nayeem had relations with several TRS leaders along with the 17 police officials. The name of former MLA R Krishnaiah was also in the list of names that Nayeem had maintained relations with. So was the case with Additional SPs, DSP.
In the case, Panjagutta ACP Thirupathanna's name was also on the list. The officials replied that in the raid at Millenium colony at Shadnagar they had seized an amount of Rs 3.74 lakh and eight closed cases were reopened.
A total of 250 cases were registered. Charge-sheets were filled in 107 cases and they were waiting for trial in various courts. Investigation was completed in eight cases. As many as 10 cases were removed from the preview of SIT.
Final report was submitted in 17 cases after completion of the investigation. In 67 cases the investigation is still going on, and as on date there are 29 cases pending in the court.
Cash of Rs 2.08 crore and Rs 4.30 lakh, 1.9 kg of gold, 2.4 kg of silver were deposited in XXIII MM court in Rajendranagar in a case registered in Narsingi police station. The land documents pertaining to 1,015 acres were also deposited in Jurisdictional courts in various States.
Some diaries were seized from Nayeem's residence, but the police refused to divulge contents in the diaries under Rule 8 (G) RTI Act. Nayeem was killed in an encounter in Shadnagar Town on August 8, 2016.