Andhra Pradesh government officials accused of cheating with suspended IPS, falsely implicated in a corruption case.
DGP rank IPS officer AP Venkateswara Rao has accused several officers of the Andhra Pradesh government of tampering with crucial and criminal testimony, fabricating evidence, and suppressing facts.
He said that all this was done as a conspiracy to the extent that he was suspended from service and falsely implicated in a corruption case.
While recording his statement of 12 pages before the investigating agency, Venkateswara Rao on Sunday made complaints to some of his senior officers before the Commissioner of Inquiries Ramprakash Sisodia.
Finally, the Director-General of Police took aim at the farce and said that everyone should follow the law. Whereas evidence such as tampering with evidence and witnesses, cheating should be rejected outright.
Taking a dig at DGP farce, Rao said that some of my committed partners are looking for excuses to prove me guilty.
Rao alleged that during the investigation itself, false documents in the corruption case have been prepared for a coverup. Venkateswara Rao has been the DG (Intelligence) during the erstwhile CM Chandrababu Naidu.
Tamil Nadu: Fire in a firecracker factory, one killed; Two injured.
A fireworks factory in the Duraiswamipuram area in Sivakasi (Sivakasi) in Tamil Nadu’s Virudhunagar district opened fire on Monday, killing one and injuring two.
District Magistrate R Kannan informed about this accident. According to him, one person died and two were injured in the incident. In the month of February itself, there was a fire in the firecracker factory.
At that time more than 15 people were killed in the accident. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while expressing grief over the incident, announced a compensation of Rs 2 lakh for the families of the deceased.
Rahul wooed Kerala voters with ‘NYAY’, said- this scheme will be applicable in other Congress-ruled states, know what is this scheme.
Congress MP Rahul Gandhi tried his best to woo voters on Sunday, in the last round of campaigning for the election to be held on April 6 for the Kerala Legislative Assembly elections.
He said that if the Congress-led United Democratic Front (UDF) came to power, all the poor of the state would get six thousand rupees per month under the Minimum Income Scheme (Justice).
At the UDF rally in the Velamunda area of Mananthwadi, Rahul said that his front has brought a revolutionary proposal to the voters. This experiment has not been done in any state of the country till now.