Court Orders To Book KCR Under IPC 420

May 30th, 2013, 03:54 PM IST
Court Orders To Book KCR Under IPC 420

Yet again, a Court has ordered to book case on Telangana Rashtra Samithi chief K Chandrasekar Rao for his loose talk. This time it happens to be a Khammam Court that is sending shivers down the spine of pink party leader.

KCR is quite popular for his tongue blasting and thinks no second time when it comes to using derogatory language to lash out at his opponents. Sometime back he called Prime Minister Manmohan as an useless guy and uttered some foul words against him. With a lawyer from Khammam filing a petition seeking the arrest of KCR and conviction, a Court ordered to book case on KCR first.

An advocate Gollapalli Ramarao filed a petition seeking action on KCR and Court ordered police to book cases on KCR under IPC sections 420, 506, 505, 124A and 120. We have to see what happens next.

TAGS : KCR Comments, 420 case on KCR, Manmohan Singh

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