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Nayeem Case: SIT Indicts TRS Leader, Police Officials

The investigation team released the first list of major leads indicting several high ranking officials of the bureaucracy and political fraternity.
Hyderabad | 20th October 2016
Upon receiving an ultimatum from the Hyderabad High Court to nab suspects in the cases launched against slain mafia kingpin Mohammed Nayeemuddin, the Special Investigation Team (SIT) today released the first batch of major leads uncovered, indicting several high ranking officials of the bureaucracy and political fraternity.

Responding to a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) filed by CPI leader K Narayana, the Court had ordered the investigation team to expedite its process and also ordered them not to hide names of the big wigs who were indictable in the case.

Immediately following this, the SIT, on October 20, SIT released the names of some of the people who were allegedly involved with the dreaded don.

As per the SIT, Nayeem's stooges - including top officials and politicians - had received rewards, mainly property holdings, for aiding the gangster. These holdings were then written in the name of their kin.

The list of people involved with Nayeem and their crimes, as revealed by the sleuths, in Bhongir mandal of the Yadadri district include:

1. TRS member and brother of Nalgonda Collector Satyanarayana Reddy, Chintala Venkateshwar Reddy (acquired 10 acres of land under an alibi in Bommaipalli).

2. Chief Inspector of Police CIs Gandikota Venkataiah, Mastan Ali and Rajagopal.

3. Mandal deputy chairman Vidyasagar.

4. DSPs Sai Manohar and M Srinivas Rao.

5. Additional SP Madapati Srinivasa Rao.

Amid the shocking revelations, speculations are also being made that several names in Nayeem's personal diary have been erased, and several names have been added. Doubts are being raised over the full extent of the revelations, as this list was revealed only based on ten cases registered against the don in Bhongir.

These speculations hold significance as, before getting into the underworld, Nayeemuddin was working with the R&AW (Indian intelligence agency) and the central government in tracking Maoist movements in the East (Chattisgarh, Odisha, united Andhra Pradesh) and tagging terrorist launch pads in the North (Kashmir).

Speculations grow deeper as the CBI, too, had, a few months ago, revealed that Nayeemuddin had helped the Maharashtra ATS kill Sohrabuddin Sheikh, who was on the run for allegedly smuggling AK-47 to and committing murders in Gujarat and Rajasthan. This lead to the belief that the BJP at the Centre has a link, direct or indirect, with Nayeem and his encounter.

What made Nayeem renegade is not known yet. The SIT is reportedly trying to uncover the same. 100s of other big names, some of which are speculated to be related to the State's central leadership, are yet to be revealed.
filed in:  Mohammed Nayeemuddin, Special Investigation Team, TRS, Crime, Telangana Crime, Underworld, BJP, Police, Police Encounters, Intelligence Bureau, Telangana
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