The arrest matter of Mr. Bandi Sanjay Kumar, the President of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Telangana, intensified with involvement of national leaders.
After announced 14 days judicial custody and bail denial, Mr. Bandi Sanjay Kumar, on the 4th of January, Tuesday, wrote to Mr. Om Birla, the Lok Sabha Assembly Speaker. In the letter, Mr. Bandi Sanjay Kumar wrote, “I was informed that two cases have been filed against me, which are of course false and non-bailable.” He further said, “Instead of following the due course of law, police have brought me before the court to remand me.”
Besides writing to Mr. Om Birla, Mr. Bandi Sanjay Kumar, the Karimnagar Member of Parliament (MP) wrote a series of letters to the Union Home Minister Mr. Amit Shah and Telangana Governor Ms. Tamilisai Soundararajan.
In the letter, the BJP President of Telangana unit urged national leaders to intervene and ensure justice.
Alleging Mr. K. Satyanarayana, the Commissioner of Karimnagar Police taking his rights and privileges as MP.
In letters to Mr. Amit Shah and Ms. Soundararajan, Mr. Bandi Sanjay Kumar said, “The TRS government is misusing the entire government machinery and creating an atmosphere of fear in the state by using administrative machinery like police and bureaucrats for serving its political purposes and suppressing the opponents.”
What was the incident?
Notably, On the 2nd of January, Sunday, the Telangana Police arrested Mr. Bandi Sanjay Kumar, who was staging a protest against the Telangana Rashtra Samithi and Telangana Chief Minister Mr. K. Chandrashekar Rao. He held a protest against the recent Government Order (GO) 317, which issued specific guidelines on employees transfer.
Raising voice against the GO 317, BJP unit in Telangana staged “Jaagran Deeksha” in Karimnagar. However, due to permission issues, they were detained by the Karimnagar Police. The police said the protest was carried out without any permission, amid the Wuhan virus (COVID-19) restrictions. Therefore, they arrested the protesting BJP leaders. Later, on the 3rd of January, Monday, the Karimnagar Court announced a 14 days judicial remand to Mr. Bandi Sanjay Kumar.
Now, after the Court hearing, Mr. Bandi Sanjay Kumar is under judicial custody at the Karimnagar jail.
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