Bahujan Samaj Party Telangana (BSPT) here on Monday demanded Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao to remove State Home Minister Mohammed Mahmood Ali for reportedly failed to protect a social worker in the old city of Hyderabad.
Shaik Sayeed Bawazir, 27, was brutally murdered at Bandlaguda on Thursday, August 10 and days before his killing, he had said in a video that he was facing threat to his life from some influential persons, who had close links with political parties. In fact, Sayeed Bawazir came in the spotlight after he started raising civic issues with regard to residents under Jalpally Municipality.
Speaking to media persons, R.S Praveen Kumar, president, BSP Telangana hit out at Telangana Home Minister Mohammed Mahmood Ali for his alleged failure in ordering to South Zone Police for transparent probe into the life threat case was being faced by the social worker Sayeed Bawazir in the old city of Hyderabad.
“The matter was, however, brought to the notice of all the police officials in South Zone and had even approached to Mahmood Ali, Home Minister Telangana State regarding the life threat was being faced by social worker Shaik Sayeed Bawazir. Despite this, nothing has been done and no corrective steps taken or intervene in the matter by the police that led to the killing of Bawazir. I strongly condemned over the failure of Police and demand Chief Minister K.Chandrashekar Rao to remove HM Minister Mahmood Ali immediately as he failed take action against those involved in the murder of a social worker,’’ demanded, BSP President, RS Praveen Kumar.
Touching upon street fights, drug addicts’ attacks, and increasing belt shops in many parts of the old city of Hyderabad, Bahujan Samaj Party has urged Government of Telangana to intervene in the old city and take stern action against the unsocial elements.
“Cases of murder, streets fights, drug addicts, and increasing belt shops in old city have been a matter of concern for the gullible people. The BSP has now decided to protest against the drug culture and law & order failure in the old city,’’ added, BSP president.