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Updated On 09-10-2019 10:08:28 ISTUpdated On 09-10-20192019-10-09T04:37:59.342Z09-10-2019 2019-10-09T04:37:56.293Z - 2019-10-09T04:38:28.375Z - 09-10-2019
Cyberabad police on Tuesday registered a case against Bhargav Ramudu, husband of former AP Tourism Minister, Bhuma Akhila Priya. Bhargav has been booked under IPC Section 353 and 336 for obstructing police officials from doing their duty.
According to the police, Bhargav managed to escape when police came to nab him based on a complaint on another case. He has been on run since September 7th and subsequently, a case was booked on Tuesday.
"On October 7, we had received a complaint from Allagadda Sub- Inspector, Kurnool District, stating that they came to Nanakramguda area in Hyderabad which comes under Gacchibowli police station limits of Cyberabad Commissionerate, to arrest Ramudu. However, he managed to escape the spot after he noticed the police personnel," said the Cyberabad police in a statement.
According to sleuths, two cases were registered against Bhargav earlier in Allagadda police station. Allagadda police team came to Gachibowli to take him into custody after they came to know that he was in the city.
Reportedly, Bhargav was also involved in a police chase and car crash after police tried to nab him. However, he managed to flee the scene.
Police are further investigating the case and special teams have been deployed to nab him.
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