Palace photo shoot: Police to issue notice to three intruders

Palace photo shoot: Police to issue notice to three intruders

The police have decided to issue notice to three people, including the son of a retired IAS officer, his wife and a photographer of a Hyderabad-based company, in connection with the Mysuru Palace photo-shoot case.

Speaking with Deccan Herald, Police Commissioner B Dayananda said, “The city police will serve notice to B N Aditya, son of Nandakumar, his wife Navyatha, and photographer of ‘Photriya Photography’, Venkatesh, who were illegally involved in a photo shoot inside the Mysuru Palace.”

“Our attempts to contact all the three have turned futile. Our team will serve notice to the couple at their residence in Bengaluru and to the photography company in Hyderabad. Investigation of the Palace Board employees is almost over,” he added.

Revenue Minister V Srinivas Prasad alleged that lapse of security and negligence were the reasons behind the photo shoot at the palace.

“What was the palace security doing during the photo shoot? The palace faces the threat of terrorist attack due to security breach,” he said and demanded a detailed probe into the case.

“The truth will come out if the police take the photographer into custody,” Prasad said.
DH News Service

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