Hyderabad, Sept 15 (Hydnow): The Telugu Desam Party (TDP) planning more protests against the arrest of former Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N.Chandrababu Naidu in the Information Technology corridor in Hyderabad, the Cyberabad police today warned the organizers of stern action.
Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) Madhapur, Sundeep said that no permission has been given for the protest planned by the TDP along with IT employees in and around Madhapur on Friday and Saturday.
The DCP warned that if there are any violations, and if anyone circulates messages about the protests on social media platforms, stern legal action will be taken against participants and those circulating the messages.
TDP leaders have planned an hour-long protest at Manikonda Marrichettu junction along with IT employees on Friday evening. They have also planned a car rally along with rechies on Outer Ring Road (ORR) on Saturday. The car rally is planned from the Nanakramguda Tollgate entry. It will go on the ORR at 60 km speed. The car rally is planned from 1 pm to 5 pm.
The party has also planned another protest on Saturday evening at IIIT junction under the limits of Gachibowli Police Station. (Hydnow)
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