TRS MLAs accused in poaching case: Simhayaji granted bail

Simhayaji Swamy was released on Wednesday morning after spending over 40 days in judicial jail . He was arrested by Hyderabad police on October 26 and two others at a farm in Ranga Reddy on suspicion of trying to depose MLAs from the ruling Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) The TRS had earlier confronted police, claiming that the BJP was attempting to smear money and contracts on

Hyderabad (Telangana) India (December 7): Simhayaji Swamy, an accused in the TRS MLA poaching lawsuit, was released on Wednesday morning after spending over 40 days in judicial jail in Chanchalguda.Simhayaji was arrested by Hyderabad police on October 26 and two others at a farm in Ranga Reddy on suspicion of trying to depose MLAs from the ruling Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).The TRS had earlier confronted police, claiming that the BJP was attempting to smear money and contracts on its MLAs.Following this, the Telangana Police apprehended three people, Simhayaji Swamy and Ramachandra Bharati, Nanda Kumar, who were discovered in a Ranga Reddy farmhouse on October 26 after being alerted by the TRS MLAs about the BJP's poaching campaign.

The Telangana government-appointed Special Investigation Team (SIT) summoned BJP National General Secretary BL Santosh to look at the alleged BJP attempts to oppress TRS legislators.The SIT, led by Hyderabad Police Commissioner C V Anand and supervised by a judge, is reported to the High Court.All facts regarding the investigation must be submitted to the judge in a sealed envelope by November 29.On November 3, Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao shared a video of the BJP allegedly attempting to poach his party's MLAs.

In the region, democracy is being slain.I am awestruck by the quagmire I feel.I cant believe that such evil exists.Employment has increased.

In all directions, the BJP has ruined the region.Etela Rajender, a Telangana BJP MLA, accused the KCR government of attempting to stop the opposition by purchasing their legislators later that night.

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