KCR’s grandson among 31 NSUI activists granted bail

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NSUI students staging protest in front of Pragati Bhavan yesterday - File phot

In a relatively new development today wherein it was found that CM KCR’s grandson Ritesh was one among those 31 NSUI activists arrested yesterday for attempting to take a forcibly entry in to the Pragati Bhavan.

Ritesh is the grandson of KCR and the son of his elder brother’s daughter Ramya. She fired at KCR’s government for supressing people’s voice by using the police. She said her son Ritesh was the A5 in the case and one among those 30 party workers jailed today after police filed a case against them. They were remanded to 14-days judicial custody today.

Meanwhile, TPCC chief announced that all the 31 party workers got the bail and thanked the TPCC legal cell chairman Damodar Reddy for his efforts in securing the bail for NSUI workers. It is learnt that 14 CJMM has granted the personal bails with Rs 2000 as caution deposit.

However, it was learnt since the bail has got bit late in the evening, the jailed students will be released in the morning.