Gangadhar Reddy linked to Viveka murder case dies in his sleep; investigation underway

Gangadhar Reddy was found dead on the bed and had diabetes as well as other health conditions, but the police is probing from all angles till the post-mortem is done.

Gangadhar Reddy was found dead on the bed and had diabetes as well as other health conditions, but the police is probing from all angles till the post-mortem is done.

One of the persons questioned in connection with the Vivekananda murder case has been identified as Kalluru Gangadhar Reddy, who died at his home in Yadiki on Thursday. Gangadhar Reddy had complications from diabetes as well as other ailments and died in his sleep.

Tadipatri Deputy Superintendent of Police VNK Chaitanya told Hindu That post-mortem is being done and after the report is ready, the police will be able to reveal the exact cause of death. Family members said Reddy was found dead on his bed in the morning. However, the police is probing from every angle.

Gangadhar Reddy, a real estate dealer from Yadiki, had approached Superintendent of Police Fakirappa Kaginelli here on November 29 last year to receive threats from the Central Bureau of Investigation’s Additional SP Ram Singh, the then Madakasira circle inspector Sriram and Pulivendula’s followers. Sunita Reddy (daughter of YS Vivekananda Reddy), because they allegedly wanted her to give false affidavit before a magistrate under section 164 in the Viveka murder case. There is a rowdy chadar named after him in Pulivendula and he was asked to leave the city. He had approached the SP for the second time in February.

Gangadhar, a follower of Devireddy, an accused in the Viveka murder case, later complained to the SP that CBI officials and the circle inspector had asked him to sign a false affidavit through WhatsApp calls on October 4 and November 24. That “Devareddy Shankar Reddy, Bhaskar Reddy and Avinash Reddy got Vivekananda Reddy killed.” He was reportedly offered ₹10 lakh for this.

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