Sexual Allegations Against TRS MP

TRS MP Balka Suman is in the news for wrong reasons. He is now facing sexual allegations from two female whom were earlier accused of barging into his flat and creating ruckus. Journalists Malhotra, Surabhi Nirmal, advocates VS Rao and MS Reddy have written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi complaining against Balka Suman accusing him of “sexually exploiting” Sandhya, Vijetha from longtime.

Going into details, Suman’s aide Marri Suneel had lodged a police complaint last month (June 7th) to Banjara Hills police that two female Sandhya, Vijetha and two male Shankar, Gopal had barged into Suman’s flat in Banjara Hills’ Nandini Nagar on May 31st evening and created ruckus.

The complainant Suneel alleged that the accused had pushed him away and forcefully entered the flat and looked out for TRS MP Suman. When the accused found that MP Suman was not in his flat, the accused had used foul language against him and his boss Suman, alleged Marri Suneel in his complaint. He further alleged that the accused had challenged that they would see how MP Suman would enter in Mancherial.

Cops have booked cases against Sandhya, Vijetha, Shankar, Gopal under IPC sections 448,506.

Quashing the complaint of Suman’s aide, journalists Malhotra, Surabhi Nirmal, lawyers VS Rao and MS Reddy have complained to PM Modi. They claimed that Sandhya and Vijetha are victims. In the complaint to PM Modi, the complainants have alleged that MP Suman had “sexually exploited” victims Sandhya and Vijetha and claimed that they had went to Suman’s flat to register a protest against him. The complainants alleged that the cops have “carefully” prepared the FIR against Sandhya and Vijetha without mentioning TRS MP Balka Suman in the FIR.

In the long complaint, the complainants further alleged that the North Zone Taskforce Inspector Nageswara Rao had “taken information” from the four accused (Sandhya, Vijetha, Shankar and Gopal) by “restricting” them. The complainants alleged that the cops have “threatened” them with dire consequences if they reveal “sexual connection” with Suman in public.The complainants urged the political parties, Women Rights Commission to intervene in the matter to serve the justice to victims Sandhya, Vijetha.