AIMIM MLA violates lockdown, forces police to remove barricades on flyover

AIMIM Malakpet MLA Ahmed Bin Abdullah Balala on Friday reportedly violated lockdown norms and forced police to remove barricades put by the administration on Dabeerpura fly over in Hyderabad’s old city.

Ahmed Bin Abdullah had courted controversy when he forced health authorities to remove barricades in Malakpet. (Image used for representation)

HIGHLIGHTS

  • AIMIM Malakpet MLA Ahmed Bin Abdullah Balala reportedly violated lockdown norms
  • He forced police to remove barricades on Dabeerpura fly over in Hyderabad’s old city
  • The BJP has condemned the behaviour of Ahmed Bin Abdullah Balala

AIMIM Malakpet MLA Ahmed Bin Abdullah Balala on Friday reportedly violated lockdown norms and forced police to remove barricades put by the administration on Dabeerpura fly over in Hyderabad’s old city.

A video of the incident shows AIMIM MLA forcing the police constable deployed at the flyover to remove the barricades and clear the bridge for vehicular Movement.

The BJP has condemned the behaviour of Ahmed Bin Abdullah Balala, who is a trusted man of AIMIM chief Asadduddim Owaisi.

Ahmed Bin Abdullah had courted controversy when he forced health authorities to remove barricades in Malakpet.

Malakpet area of the old city is an active Covid-19 cluster and Kerala Chief Minister KCR on Friday asked authorities to ensure strict lockdown in these active Zones.

Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation area has also been declared as red zone district.

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