Clashes between Jagan supporters and TDP in Kadapa
Rayachoti (Kadapa), June 4 (ANI): Supporters of the arrested YSR Congress president Jaganmohan Reddy and the Telugu Desum Party (TDP) clashed here on Monday, leaving one injured.
According to police, YSR Congress candidate from Rayachoti assembly seat, Srikant Reddy and TDP candidate Balasubramanyam were campaigning in the same area.
As the rival groups came face to face, they resorted to sloganeering, which was followed by stone pelting in which one TDP worker was injured.
The security personnel accompanying Srikant Reddy had to fire shots in air to disperse the clashing groups.
Both the leaders have lodged complaints against each other in the Rayachoti police station.
Additional security personnel have been rushed to the spot to prevent further disturbances.
Earlier in the day, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) questioned Jaganmohan Reddy for the second successive day, in connection with the alleged disproportionate assets case.
The CBI, given the MP's custody for five days, took him from Chanchalguda Central Jail to its office at Koti, three kilometers away.
The questioning took place in the presence of Jagan's lawyers.
Jagan was questioned for over six hours on Sunday at the office of the Director General of prisons.
He was arrested by the CBI on May 27 and has been sent to judicial custody by the CBI court till June 11.
Jagan is accused of conspiring with his father to dole out favours to companies that invested in his businesses in a quid pro quo arrangement. (ANI)
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