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Hyderabad - Kadapa MP and YSR Congress president YS Jaganmohan Reddy's likely appearance before Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) officials at Dilkusha guest house on May 25 and CBI court in Nampally on May 28 in a disproportionate assets case.

District superintendents of police (SPs) have been asked to stay alert and control mass movement of Jagan supporters to the state capital.

Hyderabad police commissioner Anurag Sharma on Wednesday issued prohibitory orders preventing gathering of five or more persons under section 144 of the Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC). The orders would be in force from 6 am on May 24 to 6 am on May 29.

The commissioner also prohibited dharnas, rallies and public meetings and individuals from making any speeches, gestures and display of pictures, symbols and flags. Members of the police, military and home guards on duty and funeral processions are exempted.

Check-posts have been put in place at Malakpet, Uppal, Habsiguda, Lalapet, Amberpet, Saidabad, Santosh Nagar, Kanchanbagh, Shaikpet, Attapur, Bahadurpura and Bowenpally.

The entire Raj Bhavan Road is likely to be blocked for normal vehicular movement on May 26.

Tags - Anurag Sharma, bypolls, Section 144,Kadapa MP, Hyderabad police, Congress, Central Bureau of Investigation, Hyderabad City
Thu 24 May, 2012,12:25:44 AM
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