Hyderabad encounter case: Telangana minister says, ' credit goes to CM'

Dec 08 2019 02:19 PM
Hyderabad encounter case: Telangana minister says, ' credit goes to CM'

Hyderabad: The Telangana government minister has said in an interview that the credit of this entire action should be given to the Chief Minister of the state on the matter of the encounter of rape and murder by Hyderabad police. Talasani Srinivas Yadav, a minister in the Telangana Rashtra Samithi government, said in an interview that 'there was pressure for immediate action' and that the 'Indian judicial process would go on forever' through the court, then he said, 'Credit goes to the CM. '

Talking to the media, Yadav said that the 'crime scene recurrence' which led to the encounter in Hyderabad on Friday morning, 'it would not have happened without permission from above'. When Yadav was asked whether it could be said that the CM was allowed in the encounter, he said, "No permission ... but when the police have to take action, what can we do?"

Regarding the encounter of gang rape accused, Yadav said, "People are happy all over the country. I feel proud to be a part of this cabinet. He said that this is a message for the whole of India. Saying that he is very happy with the encounter killings, he said, 'Its credit goes to the Chief Minister'.

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