Two bikers broke into KCR convoy
Two bikers broke into the Telangana State Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao’s convoy near Hayatnagar and followed the Chief Minister for at least four kilometres before their bike dashed against a police vehicle on Sunday afternoon. Police officials said that the duo was too drunk and their intention was to do something adventurous by riding with the Chief Minister. The duo was injured after the collision and was shifted to a private hospital. The incident occurred at around 3.30 pm, when the Chief Minister was coming from Munugode of Nalgonda after visiting the constituency. “The two, Srinivas Chari and Prakash, came on a bike and started driving along the convoy,” said a police officer who was in the police vehicle.
A police officer who was in the police vehicle said that the duo who were following the CM’s convoy were trying do something adventurous. “They rode between the convoy and pilot vehicles for sometime and then started driving parallel,” said a police officer who was in the police vehicle. The two then rammed the vehicle of Vanastalipuram ACP L. Anand Bhasakar and fell on the road. “The traffic cops tried to stop them.
However, they gave the slip and continued to drive along with the convoy. Later, they lost balance, rammed my vehicle and fell,” said the ACP. “I took them to the Oxygen Hospital at Chintalkunta,” he added. He said that Srinivas was driving and Prakash was on the pillion. “They did not intent to attack the CM. We think they were trying to have an adventure.” the ACP added.
While some sources alleged that the cops intentionally dashed against the bike as the riders did not stop their vehicle despite several warnings, the cops denied the allegations and said that it was an accident. Police have asked doctors to verify the alcohol content in their body to confirm they were in an inebriated condition. One of them had a fracture on the leg while the other sustained minor injuries, police said. A case has been booked against the rider for rash and negligent driving.