Somu Veerraju: Are the AP police slaves to the government?

Somu Veerraju: Are the AP police slaves to the government?
Somu Veerraju: Are the AP police slaves to the government?

Published Date: September 4, 2022

BJP state president Somu Veerraju was furious with the behavior of the police in AP. Somu Veerraju made sensational comments in Rajahmundry. When Jagan is not the Chief Minister, I will become the Chief Minister in Visakhapatnam, and you are being treated like that. A constable abused me in Ravulapalem.

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A man’s eye was cut in Vijayawada. For whom are the police acting like this? A case of SC and ST atrocity was filed against our party’s candidate in Atmakuru as well. Why is the police system deteriorating like this? They are turning into stooges of the ruling party.

This is against democracy. He said that the BJP will hold street meetings against the actions of the state government. We will hold 5000 meetings across the state. 5000 crores of corruption is being done through smuggling of ration rice. Illegal ration rice is moving abroad from Kakinada port. A grand birthday celebration will be held from 17th of this month to 2nd of October. Corruption is on the rise…Soil is being looted.. Gravel is being looted.. Somu Veerraju alleged that crores have been collected under transport expenses in the name of Rythu Bharosa Kendras.

BJP is against family parties. We will go with Jana Sena.. We will use Junior NTR wherever he is popular. Somu Veerraju said that my attitude towards Chandrababu has not changed.

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The article is in Telugu


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