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YSRCP MP Krishna Raju’s legs fractured during custody, says Secunderabad Army Hospital report

However, the lawyer representing the Andhra Pradesh government said that the injuries may have been self inflicted.

YSRCP Rebel MP Krishna Raju (File Photo) Credits: @K. Raghu Rama Krishna Raju

New Delhi: Shocking revelations came to the fore after the medical report of YSRCP rebel Member of Parliament (MP) Raghuramakrishnam Raju was submitted by the Secunderabad Army Hospital on Friday (May 21) in the Supreme Court. According to the reports, Raju’s legs are fractured with deep injuries being inflicted on them.

However, the lawyer representing the Andhra Pradesh government said that the injuries may have been self inflicted. The judges in the SC did not accept the lawyer’s argument.

Moreover, there is a stark difference inn the medical reports that have been submitted by the Guntur government hospital ad the Secunderabad Army Hospital.

The case in being heard by the SC after the rebel MP was arrested by the Andhra Pradesh CID department on May 14.

A day before, the Andhra government’s lawyer said that the MP has made provocative statements in the past and urged people of different castes and religions to kill each other.

Raju won the 2019 Lok Sabha elections from the Narasapuram but soon after began to give statements against his own party.

He has also attacked Sajjala Ramakrishna Reddy who is the Advisor to the Government of Andhra Pradesh.

The MP was arrested on May 14 by the CID team from his house in the Gachibowli area of Hyderabad.

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He was issued notices under the Section 50(2), Section 124 (A), Section 153 and Section 505 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).

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