Hyderabad police register case against TDP leader for threatening woman

Nageswara Rao has filed a counter complaint with the Jubilee Hills police stating that he does not know the woman and that she was blackmailing him

IANS October 28, 2017 15:06:33 IST
Hyderabad police register case against TDP leader for threatening woman

Hyderabad: Hyderabad police on Saturday registered a case against former MP Nama Nageswara Rao on a complaint by a woman that he tried to make public her private pictures.

The complainant alleged that the Telegu Desam Party (TDP) leader, who is also an industrialist, threatened her for questioning about his affair with a former Karnataka legislator.

Hyderabad police register case against TDP leader for threatening woman

Representational image. Reuters.

A case under sections 506 (criminal intimidation) and 509 (insulting the modesty of a woman) of the Indian Penal Code was booked against the former MP and his brother Seetaiah at Jubilee Hills police station here.

The police registered the case on the directions of a city court. A police officer said they were seeking legal opinion and will proceed after examining the complaint.

The woman also released to television channels video and telephonic conversation purported to be between her and Nageswara Rao.

Hailing from Khammam district of Telangana, Nageswara Rao was one of the richest members in the previous Lok Sabha.

Meanwhile, Nageswara Rao has filed a counter complaint with the Jubilee Hills police stating that he does not know the woman and that she was blackmailing him.

The woman claimed in her complaint that she knew Rao since 2013 and he used to often visit her house. She came to know that he was cheating a former member of Karnataka Legislative Council by promising to marry her.

The complainant said when she started questioning him a few months ago, he threatened to make public her private pictures.

The woman claimed that she spoke to the former Karnataka legislator, who informed her that she had moved a court in Delhi seeking justice.

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