Tuesday, November 17, 2015

ASI's group financed Telugu film producers

Karimnagar district ASI B. Mohan Reddy and other police personnel including some police officers of Adilabad, who are facing allegations of running a finance business, also reportedly financed some Telugu film producers who recently produced films.

North zone IG Naveen Chand issued orders on Monday attaching Ganapati Jadhav, Circle inspector of Mudhole of Adilabad district to Warangal DIG. 

The decision was taken after CID in its investigation found the Ganapati Jadhav’s role in finance business and his support to prime accused Mohan Reddy while he was working as inspector of Karimnagar I- town police station. Ganapati Jadhav earlier also worked as inspector of I-town Adilabad police station.   

It is being said in Boath mandal of Adilabad district that  a police officer native of Boath who worked in Karimnagar came under the scanner of CID which is probing the finance business in Karimnagar.     

The said police officer amassed huge wealth and owns function hall, petrol bunk and recently purchased s7 acre land near NH-44 in Neredigonda mandal and financed to local Ginning factory owners and businessmen. It is said that police officer, who was associated with prime accused Mohan Reddy financed to film producers.

The said Boath police officer was popular in his native mandal and had a good network with the local businessmen and is was absconding since the issue of police giving finance at exorbitant interest and harassing the people for repayment, came to light in Karimnagar.   

A resident of Boath mandal said ‘the said police officer of Boath was popular in their mandal and was considered to be rich person. His group also financed some Telugu film producers.

It was also found that the some Karimnagar police officers who are involved in finance business used to come to Haritha Tourism Restaurant at Jannaram of Adilabad district and used to say there to settle the ‘finance matters.