Tammineni Krishnaiah murder: Tummala says accused will not be spared
Khammam: In a barbaric incident, Tammineni Krishnaiah, the main follower of TRS leader and former minister Tummala Nageswara Rao, was brutally murdered at Teldarupally village in Khammam district of Telangana on Monday.
It was pre-planned murder alleged by his family members. Assailants followed Krishnaiah on a bike, who was pillion the bike after hoisting the national flag at Ponnekallu Rythu Vedika. They hit his bike when Krishnaiah fell to the ground they attacked him with swords resulting in his death on the spot. Later, the assailants took away his hands after the murder.
But before the murder, Mutthaiah, who was riding the bike, was threatened and sent away. After that, they attacked Krishnaiah with swords. He died on the spot. In the wake of Krishnaiah's murder, there is tension in the locality. Police arrested five suspects from Teldarupally.
Section 144 was imposed at Teldarupally village
In the wake of TRS leader Tammineni Krishnaiah's murder, the police imposed Section 144 in Teldarupally. The police have issued a warning that no one should congregate in the village.
Accused will not be spared, warns Tummala.
Former minister Tummala Nageswara Rao said that some people, who are out of date are committing such anarchy. He said that development will stop with such incidents. He expressed anger that they are not able to see personal growth and are committing such cowardly acts. He warned that no one will be spared for indulging in this gruesome act. In the current situation, he appealed to his followers to cooperate for a peaceful atmosphere in the village.