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Vivekananda Reddy murder: 4 taken into custody

TIRUPATI: The police took four people into custody for questioning in reference to the homicide case of YSRC chief YS Vivekananda Reddy. The special investigation team appointed via the state govt to probe into the homicide inspected the crime scene at Vivekananda’s place of abode at Pulivendula in Kadapa district on Saturday.

SIT chief Additional director common (CID) Amit Garg, Abhishek Mohanty IPS, Kurnool range DIG Nagendra Kumar and Kadapa SP Rahul Dev Sharma inspected the scene of offence and the environment. They additionally reviewed the clues accrued via the fingerprint experts and forensic teams.

Later, the SIT team interacted with Vivekananda's daughter N Sunitha and YSRC president YS Jaganmohan Reddy’s sister Sharmila and accrued details concerning the homicide case.

Meanwhile, four persons including Yerra Gangi Reddy - a detailed aide of YS Viveka, driver Prasad, personal assistant Krishna Reddy and maid Lakshmi had been taken into custody via the SIT team for questioning.

Amit Garg stated the investigation is on and further details could be shared on Sunday.

Meanwhile, Kadapa former MP YS Avinash Reddy clarified that they did not want to unfold any more or less data among the public without confirming the details associated with the demise of Vivekananda Reddy. Their purpose is forestall the flaring up of sentiments among the public and his fans, otherwise they'd be a rebellion within the area.

''The moment I received a call from the brother-in-law of Vivekananda Reddy on Friday morning concerning the latter's demise, I rushed to his place of abode. From the very starting we maintained that his demise was unnatural. But it's the Telugu Desam Party which is misleading the public in addition to the investigation into the case to derive political advantage forward of the polls. This is in point of fact unlucky. This is exactly why we do not repose faith both within the state govt or within the state police when it came to the investigation into the demise row and true details in the back of the case will most effective come out when the case is passed over to the CBI'', he stated.

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