Telangana Judge slams AP Police

When the Andhra Pradesh police dealt with the Telangana agitations with excess amounts of force, it was only a matter of time before somebody took legal action. The Writ Petitions filed by ABN Andhraj



January 3, 2013 - 7:30am

His comments sounds more of a TRS activist than a Judge. It is very uncommon for judges to criticize people. They only have to say their acts as right or wrong. He goes name by name and criticize them like a politicians. As some one pointed out, 'Even Bihar' Any judge with common sense will never comment that. And why would a judge go on patrolling? I don't think constitution gives the power or responsibility to judiciary to go around and monitor if their judgement are implemented. Responsibility of law-and-order is with Police and not with judiciary. They can only review if it violates citizens rights but they can't tell police how to do their job. It is crossing limits. I have been observing him. All judgments are influenced by his regional feelings. He is letting the values of judiciary down.



February 23, 2011 - 11:31pm

Justice Reddy deserves kudos for his judgements. The andhra govt. headed by Narasimhan is trying to crush the democratic rights of our people through brute force. This will fail like the Nizams or Mubarak did.


Dr.Jetling Yellosa

February 25, 2010 - 6:41pm

It is very sad that again the High Court of A.P. has to interfere in stopping the A.P. police bosses to not to commit the excess in the O.U. Campus. We have fundamental right to protest and students have every reason to agitate for formation of Telangana state. Thoug the matter now in the Supreme Court of India, the Supreme Court may also hold the decision of J.Narasimha Reddy who is a judge from Telangana as he knows the plight of people of Telangana. Indian constitution guarantees right to protest under peaceful conditions, but deploying the heavy forces inthe campus is nothing but to surpress the right of students for fightning the Telangana, and our country is member in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights Covenants which also guarantees it is a basic right to protest and the decision of the Govt. of A.P. in regard to heavy deployment of police forces in the OU campus and other Telangana versities canot be tenable.



February 23, 2010 - 9:40pm

It is the falt of our system. Thank's to High court, there is sumbudy to qustion on criminal attitude of police and Government.


Srinivasrav kandaala

February 22, 2010 - 7:48am

#Mr.Ravi and Surendra kumar commented well.Maintaining law

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