Except Congress, Other T Leaders Get Conditional Bail

Publish Date:Oct 17, 2011

sakala janula samme arrests, telangana rail roko arrests, telangana leaders arrests, sakala janula samme conditional bail, telangana rail roko bail, telangna leaders bail, telangna congress leaders bail, t cong mps bail, rail roko ktr kavita bailFor the first time after Sakala Janula Samme has started a month ago, the police has cracked its whip on the T-agitators. On Saturday it made a number of arrests for participating in TJAC called three day rail rokom program. Many a top leader from TRS, TJAC and T Congrerss were arrested along with hundreds of other protesters.

The courts have imposed stringent conditions while granting bail to pro-Telangana activists who were arrested under the Railway Protection Act for their participation in Saturday’s rail roko. Police named Telangana Joint Action Committee convenor Prof. Kodandaram and Telangana Rashtra Samiti president Mr K. Chandrasekhar Rao in the FIRs booked in several districts across the Telangana region during the rail roko on October 15. They are alleged to have instigated the people who resorted to obstructing trains and destroying railway property.

Medak MP Vijayashanti and Sircilla MLA, Mr K.T. Rama Rao were booked for abusing the police. KCR's daughter, Ms K. Kavita, was released on bail whereas Karimnagar MP Mr Ponnam Prabhakar, Warangal MP Mr S. Rajaiah, MLAs Mr T. Harish Rao and Mr T. Rajaiah, and former minister Mr T. Jeevan Reddy remain in jail as they are yet to get bail.

The magistrate at the Secunderabad Railway Court, while granting bail to Telangana Jagruthi president Ms Kavita, and 13 others in connection with the rail roko on October 15 at Moula Ali, forbade them to participate in any more rail rokos. Further, Ms Kavita and her followers Ms A. Madhavi, Ms S. Manemma and Ms B. Saroja will have to appear before the station house officer on every Sunday and Monday between 10 am to 2 pm without any followers except a counsel and a woman friend or relative. They were released on a self-bond of Rs 5000 with two sureties.

The other accused, all men, must appear before the station house officer on every Sunday and Thursday between 10 am to 2 pm for a period of six weeks or till filing of the chargesheet. Karimnagar MP Mr Ponnam Prabhakar and former minister Mr T. Jeevan Reddy were shifted to Karimnagar Central Prison on Sunday after they were remanded to 14 days judicial custody. TRS MLA Mr T. Harish Rao too has been sent to 13-day judicial custody by a magistrate in Medak.