Chandramukhi Muvvala’s case getting mysterious

Hyderabad: BLF candidate, Chandramukhi who went missing on Tuesday returned on Wednesday and told the HC that some masked men abducted her and threatened her to withdraw from the election.

Ms Chandramukhi has gone missing on Tuesday and she came to Banjara Hills police station late Wednesday night.

P. Radhakrishna Rao, Commissioner’s Task Force said she had not shared the details about her missing at the PS.

The CCTV footage which police had accessed from Chandramukhi’s residence showed her leaving the house alone in a hurry on Tuesday. However, she said in the court that some men wearing masks sedated her and pushed her in a car and took her to Vijayawada. But in her written statement to the court, she said that she had gone voluntarily and not mentioned about the abduction.

The police officials said that the closed circuit cameras showed her leaving alone from her house and her disappearance act looked like a ploy, as the case was noted taken up by the national and international media.

Chandramukhi reportedly went missing on Tuesday at 8:25 am. A special team of 15 to 20 officers was formed to trace her after the missing case filed at the Banjara Hills police station, said the ACP of Banjara Hills.

“Her phone was traced in the vicinity of Erramanzil Colony, which is about two or three kilometres from her residence in Banjara Hills but is now not reachable as is it probably switched off.

Chandramukhi is contesting from Goshamahal on a Bahujan Left Front (BLF) ticket. She will be taking on bigwigs such as the BJP’s Raja Singh and Congress’ Mukesh Goud.