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Leaders from the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) and Jana Sena Party (JSP) have raised concerns over the alleged failure of police to manage crowds during the ‘Praja Galam’ public meeting held on Sunday, attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Amidst a surge of attendees, commotion ensued around the location of the public addressing system, resulting in disruptions, including a temporary loss of audio while the Prime Minister was speaking.
Nadendla Manohar, Chairman of Jana Sena’s Political Affairs Committee, questioned the police’s handling of the crowd and announced intentions to file a complaint with the Chief Election Officer (CEO).
Speaking at a press conference on Monday, Manohar criticised the issuance of passes lacking attendee names and signatures, highlighting what he deemed a lackadaisical attitude from law enforcement.
“We suspect foul play and demand a thorough investigation into the police’s failure during the Prime Minister’s event,” Manohar asserted.
Former TDP MLA Dhulipalla Narendra also condemned the police’s purported negligence, particularly in managing the large expected turnout. He criticised the inconvenience faced by attendees, including stranded vehicles and lengthy walks to reach the venue, despite prior knowledge of the event’s scale.
Echoing similar sentiments, former Minister Prathipati Pulla Rao accused the ruling YSR Congress Party (YSRCP) of orchestrating the meeting’s disruptions, condemning what he perceived as police complicity. He cited recurring power failures during the event as evidence of interference.
Further censuring the police, Varla Ramaiah of the TDP raised concerns over malfunctioning microphones and vowed to complain to the Election Commission. He alleged a deliberate attempt to sabotage the proceedings, adding to the growing scepticism surrounding the incident.
The thwarted presentation of gifts by prominent leaders, including Pawan Kalyan and Chandrababu Naidu, to Prime Minister Modi due to security Minister raised more questions about the event’s organisation and security protocols.
The incident has sparked calls for accountability and prompted demands for an impartial inquiry into the alleged mishandling by law enforcement agencies.

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