ACB Court orders three days custody of TDP leader Dhulipalla Narendra
AMARAVATI: The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) Court gave a green signal to the officials to take TDP leader, Sangam Dairy Chairman Dhulipalla Narendra Kumar into four days custody for investigation. The ACB court ordered the officials to question the TDP leader Dhulipalla Narendra Kumar in the presence of the advocate. At present, Dhulipalla Narendra Kumar on the remand at Rajamahendravaram central jail.
It is learnt that ACB sleuths took Dhulipalla Narendra Kumar into custody after alleged charges of corruptions in Sangam Dairy and transferring 10 acres of dairy's land to his trust. Click the video for more detailed information.