HYDERABAD: Chandrayangutta Police in Telangana capital Hyderabad booked a businessman from Bandlaguda and his friends for indulging in obscene dances with unknown women.
Police registered a suo motu case after the video of the dance went viral on social media.
According to Chandrayangutta inspector Rudra Bhaskar, a suo motu case was registered on April 5 after they came across a viral video on social media where a group of men indulged in obscene dance with unknown women in a room.
“Some of the men were later identified and a case was registered,” the inspector said.
During the preliminary probe police identified that the video was recorded at the farmhouse of businessman Parvez of Bandlaguda.
Though the messages on social media accompanying the video alleged that Pervez is a local worker of a political party, police said that they do not have any such information.
“Pervez is a businessman. As per our information, he is not affiliated to any political party. Pervez organised the party along with his friends, Farooq, Jahangir, Azeem, Baba and others on the occasion of the opening ceremony of his farmhouse, Imperial Farm House, at LakeView Hills in Bandlaguda in February 2021,” sub-inspector K Govardhan Reddy said.
“There were about 12 men and eight women at the event. We are trying to identify who the women were and where they are from. A case was registered under section 294 and 109 of the IPC,” the SI said.