Axe May fall on Nethi Vidyasagar for Nayeem Links

SIT has also mentioned Nethi Vidyasagar’s name in the documents submitted to the court. Nayeem’s relatives also confessed during the interrogation that they settled several disputes with the help of Nethi Vidyasagar. - Sakshi Post

Hyderabad: The stage is almost set for axing politicians and officials who have been proved to have rubbed shoulders with slain gangster Mohammad Nayeemuddin alias Nayeem. Telangana Legislative Council deputy chairman Nethi Vidyasagar is expected to be the first politician to face the punishment for close links with the gangster, according to the latest media reports.

TRS is gearing up to clean up the party cadre before the next Assembly and Council sessions. TRS supremo K Chandrashekhara Rao is said to have already taken decision to remove him from the Deputy Chairman position soon after Deepavali. Naradasu Laxmana Rao, a close associate of KCR, may replace Vidyasagar.

TRS is gearing up to clean up the party before the next Assembly and Council sessions. TRS supremo K Chandrashekhara Rao is said to have already taken decision to remove him from the deputy chairman's position soon after Diwali. Naradasu Laxmana Rao, a close associate of KCR, may replace Vidyasagar.

During the Special Investigation Team (SIT) interrogation, several witnesses and victims of Nayeem told the SIT that Nethi Vidyasagar had links with Nayeem. Several names of top officials and politicians cropped up during the investigation. Nethi Vidyasagar is from Nakirekal in Nalgonda district. SIT has also mentioned Vidyasagar's name in the documents submitted to the court. Nayeem's relatives also confessed during the interrogation that they settled several disputes with the help of Nethi Vidyasagar.

The latest episode is creating tremors in TRS and other political parties as well as KCR is keen to deal the sensational Nayeem issue in a total transparent way sending a strong message across the nation that Telangana government doesn't spare anyone in keeping safe law and order situation in the State.

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