Never Accepted Him As My Son-in-law: Somu Veerraju

AP BJP President Somu Veerraju made a startling revelation about his personal life in connection with the FIR registered against his elder son-in-law Venkata Narasimham. It’s well known that a cheating and forgery case has been filed against Venkata Narasimham recently in Rajahmundry.

“I have three daughters, but only two sons-in-law. I got my two younger daughters married and performed their Kanyadaan. But my elder daughter married against my will and left our home in 2005. Since then, I have not been in contact with them. I do not like her husband’s character and never accepted him as my son-in-law and had even filed a police case against him in Eluru in the past. I request media to not drag my name into this case,” Veerraju said in a press meet in Amaravati.

On the other hand, Veerraju’s elder daughter, Suryakumari, too, took to media and urged everyone to not drag her father’s name into the case. She revealed that her father has not visited her family ever since their marriage and that her father has nothing to do with the bank loan or the cheating case. She further alleged that the case against her husband is wrongly motivated and is a result of a fallout in business affairs.

Coming to the case, a person named Jayaramakrishna recently approached Rajahmundry police, alleging that Venkata Narasimham had illegally forged his properties to avail loan at Kovvur SBI. After a thorough probe, the cops filed an FIR against Venkata Narasimham under IPC sections 406, 419, 420, 465.