Kadapa office of Union minister Saipratap ransacked
Kadapa: Unidentified persons
vandalised a local office of Congress leader and Union
minister A Saipratap ahead of May 8 bye-polls here, police said
"Some unidentified miscreants stormed the office of
the minister on Friday night and damaged the furniture and
photos of the national leaders," circle police inspector of
Chintakomma Dinne mandal, Bali Reddy, said.
The Union minister of state for steel, who was in
Kadapa to participate in filing of nomination papers of the
Congress candidate D L Ravindra Reddy for May 8 bye-poll to
Kadapa Lok Sabha seat said, "It (the incident) is not an act
of robbery but an intentional one. I do not have any enemies
in the district."
Chintakomma Dinne police have registered a case.
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