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TRS leader booked for Harish flexi | Published: 14th January 2020 | Posted Date: Tuesday 14th January 2020 04:31 PM

Hyderabad: Kacheguda police booked a case against local TRS leader Dasuri Srinivas Goud for placing advertisements and flexis of senior party leader and finance minister T. Harish Rao on dividers and causing inconvenience to people.

The case was based on a complaint from anti-corruption activist Vijay Gopal, “On December 27, 2019, when I was travelling from Kacheguda to Nallakunta, I found this poster put up by a person named Dusari Srinivas Goud welcoming his fellow political members, which was causing inconvenience to all and defacing public property.”

Kacheguda sub-inspector V. Laxmaiah told Deccan Chronicle, “As per the complaint, we booked a case of endangering the life or personal safety of others. He said the flexis were put up to welcome Mr Harish Rao to a function



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