Chiranjeevi's son in trouble for thrashing techies

Andhra Pradesh police on Tuesday informed the Human Rights Commission that Ram Charan Teja, Telugu hero and son of Union minister Chiranjeevi,  was indeed present on May 5 when his bodyguards beat two techies on a public road.

The statement lands the young hero in fresh trouble as it contradicts his claims that he was not present when his guards thrashed the two men on May 5. The police insisted in their report that the actor stood watching as the duo were beaten and denied his claim that photographs putting him on the spot were doctored. 

Charan had called up his security guards who beat them up. The duo had lodged a complaint at the Banjara Hills police station immediately after the incident, but withdrew it after being briefed by the police.  Salim, a lawyer, filed a complaint with the state human rights commission asking it to punish the actor for assault. Admitting his petition, the commission asked the Banjara Hills police to investigate the incident. Now, the actor could be facing conviction as the SHRC asked police for a further probe.

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