TRS chief appears before court in provocative speech case
Warangal (AP): TRS president K Chandrasekhar Rao today appeared in a local court in connection with a case of allegedly making provocative speech during a bye-election in 2012.
The First Additional Munsif Magistrate adjourned the case to June 9, 2014.
The allegation against Chandrasekhar Rao is that he made a provocative and objectionable speech during his campaign for the bypoll to Parkal Assembly constituency in Warangal district in 2012.
The case was filed under different sections of Representation of People`s Act and IPC.
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