Janipalli Srinivasa Rao, the chef who attacked AP Leader of Opposition,YS Jagan Mohan Reddy in guise of a waiter at the Visakhapatnam VIP lounge on the pretext of clicking a selfie is believed have had a special pass that gave him access to even the high security areas in the airport.
The big question that remains unanswered in this case is that how did YS Jagan attacker manage to secure an all access pass which he could use to go to any part of the airport, including the high security zones. How did a chef in a restaurant at the airport wield such clout?
This startling fact emerged during the investigation carried out by the Special Investigation Team. According to the SIT team who probed the matter, Srinivasa Rao had a special pass which gave him access to all the areas of the airport. He could even get close to the airport with his pass, it is learned.
Srinivasa Rao is not being treated well, said Battula Ram Prasad, President of Mala Sankshema Sangham. Prasad filed a complaint with the National Commission For Scheduled Caste (NCSC) saying that the Srinivasa Rao being carried to the hospital in a wheel chair was proof that he was being subjected to third degree torture by the AP police to satisfy political bosses.
The NCSC, which received the complaint, in turn, sent a notice to the Police commissioner of Visakhapatnam and the Director General Police of Andhra Pradesh, and two other cops, seeking an explanation over the pitiable condition of Srinivasa Rao, according to an article that appeared in a leading English daily.
Interestingly, Dinesh Kumar, the CISF deputy commandant who was on duty on the day of attack has been sent on leave, according to the report. It has emerged that the CISF never monitored Srinivasa Rao's movements.
These things clearly establish the fact that the attack on the AP Leader of Opposition was a pre-meditated one.