Film producer and YSRCP leader booked for allegedly letting loose 5 dogs on Hyderabad police
The Hyderabad police have booked film producer Prasad V Potluri for allegedly letting loose his 5 dogs on them while they went to investigate a case of trespassing.
In a shocking incident, The Hyderabad Police on Monday registered a case against popular film producer and leader of Andhra Pradesh YSR ruling Congress party Prasad V. Potluri. The registered FIR states that Prasad let loose his 5 pet dogs upon police officials who went to investigate a complaint of trespassing against him at his residence.
The police have booked PVP as he is famously known, his wife, and another related person under the Indian Penal Code’s Section 353 (Assault or use of criminal force to deter a public servant from discharging his duty).
The incident happened when police officials reached PVP’s house for investigation against a complaint lodged by a person with Banjara Hills police last week. The person, identified as Vikram who is PVP’s neighbor alleged that the party leader was threatening and stopping him from constructing his house.
A case was registered against PVP regarding trespassing. He was booked under charges of trespass, causing damage, intentional insult with an intent to breach the peace, criminal intimidation, and unlawful assembly among other sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).
On Monday, the team reached PVP’s residence to investigate the case. However, they were stopped at the main gate by a person. After telling him the purpose of the visit, he went inside and came back only to inform them that PVP and his wife have denied anybody to come in. When the police officials tried to enter the house, five dogs allegedly came charging towards them, and they were forced to leave the premises.
PVP is a very well known celebrity and political leader in Andhra Pradesh. He joined the YSRCP in 2019 and contested the Lok Sabha seat from Vijayawada unsuccessfully.
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