Nayeem Case Update: 8 Police Officers Stripped Off Revolvers
- Politicians jittery
Hyderabad: The police officers working in Telangana State who were allegedly involved in the transactions with the slain Mafia don Nayeemuddin were asked to surrender their service revolvers. Eight officers aware reportedly dealing with the gangster and indulging in criminal activities. In all, about 30 police personnel were reportedly got entangled with the killer. Police officials who got shifted to AP are yet to be acted upon.
Notices are being issued to some of the officers and politicians who are involved in criminal activities. The political leaders who are facing charges are likely to be charge sheeted and their security would be scaled down. Nethi Vidya Sagar Rao is likely to resign from the deputy chairmanship of the TS Legislative Council the movement s notice was served to him. The weapon licence of TRS leader Narasimha Reddy was cancelled while Reddy claimed that he surrendered it on his own volition.
Among the police personnel accused of connections with the criminal, there are SIs, CIs, DSPs and ASPs, according to reliable sources. It was rumoured that Nalgonda District Collector Satyanarayana Reddy on Tuesday issued orders cancelling gun licence of constituency Incharge of TRS Dubbaka Narasimha Reddy. Both the collector and the SP had denied that any such order was issued. It was alleged that Narasimha Reddy cooperated with Nayeem in killing Konapuri Ramulu, brother of Sambasivudu, former Moist who was reportedly murdered by the same gangster. Dubbaka was also an accused in the murder of Maddelacheruvu Suri. However, Dubbaka said his political opponents have ganged up to malign him and he surrendered gun licence on his own.
The physicians who were hand-in-glove with Nayeem and fabricated false postmortem reports of his victims were also identified. They are likely to be charged. The Special Investigation Team (SIT) which has been investigating the case had gathered conclusive evidence that Nayeem had killed 24 persons. This number does not include the Naxalites and human rights activists killed at the behest of the police and the government over the two decades during which the notorious criminal enjoyed police protection.
TV Journalist Killed
A TV journalist Babar Khan who was close to Sambasivudu and his brother Ramulu was tortured and killed by Nayeem gang. Nayeem wanted Babar Khan to work for him as an informer to give information about the brothers. The journalist was offered huge money. He was threatened after refusing to accept the offer. After all the tactics to win over Babar Khan to his side failed, Nayeem asked his follower Pasam Srinu to bump him office. Srinu was understood have gone to Baba Khan’s residence and taken him on bike to a place at Bhuvanagiri where he was tied to a pole and beaten up severely before mercilessly killing him.