Hyderabad: A video throughout which former Congress MP V Hanumantha Rao is seen shouting at a police official throughout the Telangana State Assembly premises is making rounds on social media.
The Congress chief is seen shouting at an official acknowledged as P Sudhakar, an additional inspector of police hooked as much as Kamatipura Station, throughout the video for not allowing him to go to the media degree located throughout the assembly premises. Sudhakar was on accountability on the Assembly.
The video reveals the inspector making an attempt to stop Rao by informing him that he had instructions from his seniors to not allow any former MLA, MLC or MPs to the media degree.
"Who are you to stop me? You have no right to stop. I am AICC secretary. This is not dictatorship. Tell your CM (Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao), I can go and sit in front of his house," Rao is seen saying throughout the video.
Sudhakar is seen pleading with the earlier Rajya Sabha member that he had solely suggested him regarding the restrictions nevertheless had not stopped him.
An infuriated Rao continued to vent his anger and proceeded to the media degree. Sudhakar was not obtainable for comment.
When contacted a senior police official the Central Zone acknowledged they’re throughout the strategy of taking a correct grievance from Sudhakar and may inquire into the incident and essential movement will most likely be initiated accordingly.
Rao, a former PCC President, acknowledged he used to go to the Congress Legislative Event office located throughout the Assembly even when the session was not on.
"A police officer stopped me when he has no right to do so. Assembly Marshal allowed me to go. But the inspector stops… I questioned that and asked him on what authority he is stopping me. In fact they (police) have insulted me. Who gave orders to stop me…There is no answer. I have respect for police," Rao suggested reporters.