Vikram Goud Wanted Sympathy To Contest Polls, Paid Shooters 50 Lakh: Cops | Read

PUBLISHED ON: August 2, 2017 | Duration: 1 min, 55 sec

  
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Vikram Goud, the son of a former Andhra Pradesh minister, was rushed to Hyderabad's Apollo Hospital with multiple bullet injuries last week. But once the police initiated a probe, Vikram, from victim, turned main suspect. The police say Vikram had meticulously planned the attack for four months and paid hired guns Rs. 50 lakh. Vikram, who reportedly wanted to contest state assembly elections in 2019, aspired to gain public sympathy through the shooting incident, the police has claimed. Vikram is a youth Congress leader and his father Mukesh Goud was a minister in the government of YS Rajasekhar Reddy.

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