TRS MP's Son Was Robbed By Showing The Knife
According to the Tahrir, both the miscreants forcibly entered the car, one sat in the front seat while the other started drinking alcohol while sitting in the back seat.
Hyderabad: The son of a ruling TRS MP in Telangana was allegedly thrashed by two unidentified miscreants for an online transaction of Rs 75,000 at knifepoint. The police gave this information on Tuesday. Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) MP Nama Nageswara Rao's son N. Prithvi Teja has said in the complaint given to the police that he was going to Tolichowki main road by car on July 30, when two bike riders stopped his two-wheeler in front of his car and forced him to stop.
According to the Tahrir, both the miscreants forcibly entered the car, one sat in the front seat while the other started drinking alcohol while sitting in the back seat. A police official said that one of them threatened the MP's son at a knife point and both of them thrashed him and forced him to do an online transaction of Rs 75,000. In the meantime, three other accomplices of the accused also reached near the car, he said.
According to the Tahrir, later one of the two miscreants while driving hit several bikes on the way and later asked them to drive the car. When the car reached Panjagutta police station, Teja stopped it and managed to jump out of it, the other accused in it also fled, police said. The case has been registered based on a complaint received from the MP's son, the official said.