Top film producer and YSRCP leader Potluri Varaprasada Rao, popularly known as PVP, has landed in yet another another controversy.
He was booked by Hyderabad police for letting loose his dogs on a police team which came for inquiry into his house in a property dispute case in Banjara Hills on Monday, June 29, 2020.
The police have booked a case under section 353 (assault on or use of criminal force against a public servant in order to deter him from discharging his duty) against him.
According to a complaint from Harish Reddy, the SI from Banjara Hills police stations along with a team of police officialswent to PVP’s house to enquire into the cases filed against him last week over a property dispute. PVP had allegedly threatened a neighbour over construction of a rooftop garden at his house in Banjara Hills road number 14.
When the police team went to PVP’s house on Monday, the main gate was locked from inside. A person from the inside answered and the police told them that they had to meet PVP. However, the person came back and informed the police officials that his owners told him not to allow anyone inside the gate. The officials then tried to enter the house when suddenly five ferocious unchained dogs were let loose on them.
Shocked policemen ran out of the house immediately. A complaint was lodged with the Jubilee Hills police who registered a case and began an investigation.