The Nandigama police registered two separate cases based on two complaints lodged against Jagan on Tuesday.
VIJAYAWADA: Criminal cases have been booked against YSRC chief Jagan Mohan Reddy for obstructing doctors and police personnel from performing their duties at Nandigama Government Hospital on Tuesday.
The Nandigama police registered two separate cases based on two complaints lodged against Jagan on Tuesday. The hospital superintendent, K. V. Lakshmi Kumari, and hospital development committee chairman Vasireddy Satyanarayana, made the first complaint, alleging that Jagan with his party workers obstructed them in discharging their duties on Tuesday.
The second complaint was by police officials on duty at the hospital, who also alleged that Jagan stopped them from performing their duties and delayed the handing over the bodies to the next of kin.
The cases have been registered against Jagan and others under sections 353, 506 read with section 34 of the Indian Penal Code in both the complaints.
On Tuesday evening, Jagan demanded a copy of the inquest report. The doctors refused.
Jagan snatched some papers from the doctor’s hand. The Krishna district collector Mr Babu A objected to this and Mr Reddy argued with him too. The hospital panel chairman Vasireddy Satyanarayana said that the hospital has complained about the way the group behaved with the doctors and such behaviour is not acceptable.
Others booked include former minister Kolusu Paradasaradi, former MLA, Samineni Udaya Bhanu, Mangunuri Kondareddy, Pasupuleti Srinivasarao, Mondithoka Arun Kumar, Tanniru Nageswar Rao, Inturi Chinna, Maganti Abbayi and Kommineni Ravi Sankar.
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