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Shocking developments in Pallavi Prashanth's case

Thursday, December 21, 2023 • Telugu Comments
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Shocking developments in Pallavi Prashanths case

The Jubilee Hills police took decisive action, apprehending 18 individuals, including the acclaimed winner of Bigg Boss Season 7, Pallavi Prashanth, in connection with a disturbing incident outside Annapurna Studios on Sunday. Without delay, all 16 were presented before the court and subsequently remanded.

The unsettling events transpired at Annapurna Studios in Jubilee Hills on Sunday, triggered by the announcement of Pallavi Prashanth as the Bigg Boss Season 7 winner. In the aftermath, a violent mob engaged in destructive behavior, hurling stones and causing damage to six TSRTC buses, a police vehicle, and two private cars. To restore order and disperse the troublemakers, the police found it necessary to employ a lathi charge.

In a swift response, law enforcement initiated two separate cases, leading to the arrest of Pallavi Prashanth and a sibling from Gajwel on Wednesday evening. The duo was promptly brought before the court later that night and has been remanded to judicial custody at Central Prison Chanchalguda.

Following these arrests, the police apprehended an additional 16 individuals, including four minors, for their alleged involvement in the outbreak of violence. Notably, two contestants' cars were damaged amid the chaos caused by the frenzied mob. The authorities are taking decisive steps to ensure accountability and maintain public order in the wake of this regrettable incident. Following Pallavi Prashanth's triumph in the Bigg Boss Telugu 7 grand finale on December 17, unfortunate events unfolded as his fans reportedly attacked the car of the show's runner-up, Amardeep Chowdary.

Shocking developments in Pallavi Prashanths case

Law enforcement acted promptly, filing multiple cases against those involved, with Pallavi Prashanth listed as the primary accused (A1) and his brother Manohar as A2. Authorities are actively working on identifying additional individuals implicated in the incident, utilizing CCTV footage and eyewitness accounts.The grand finale, which concluded with Pallavi Prashanth securing the title and a cash prize of Rs 35 lakh, marked a momentous occasion in the show's history. However, the celebratory atmosphere turned sour outside Annapurna Studio in Hyderabad.

Amardeep Chowdary, the runner-up, faced an unexpected turn of events during the post-finale celebration. While on his way home with his mother and actress-wife Tejaswini, Amardeep Chowdary's car was allegedly surrounded by fervent fans of Pallavi Prashanth. The situation escalated as the fans reportedly attacked Amardeep Chowdary's car, resulting in the breaking of the windshield. The authorities are diligently pursuing legal actions against the responsible parties to address this regrettable incident and uphold justice.

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