Former minister Akhila Priya who was arrested in a dispute related to land worth Rs 500 Crore, has been granted bail by a sessions court. Earlier the Secunderabad court has denied bail to Akhila Priya and so she appealed to a sessions court. Advocate on behalf of Akhila Priya urged the court to issue bail based on her health condition.
Granting bail to Akhila Priya, the court has laid conditions of Rs 10,000 bond and surety signatures of two people. Akhila Priya is the A1 in the Bowenpalli kidnap case that became a huge sensation in the Telugu states.
Hours after nabbing the kidnappers, the police arrested Akhila Priya based on the preliminary investigation. Then she was shifted to Chanchalguda and she was in remand for the past 17 days. Police found that Akhila Priya was the ‘Master Mind’ in the kidnap saga. Cops have made her A1 in the case.
With getting a bail, Akhila Priya is likely to be out of jail tomorrow. On the other hand the sessions court has squash the anticipatory bail petition of Akhila Priya’s husband Bhargav Ram who is on the run ever since she was arrested.