The Anantapur district court on Saturday granted permission to Paritala Sreeram to leave for Singapore to pursue his higher education.
Paritala Sreeram is one of the 15 accused in the case relating to the conspiracy to murder Congress leader Kamireddypalli Sudhakar Reddy. While some of the accused were arrested initially, Sreeram and a few others remained elusive before he surfaced at the Dharmavaram rural police station with an anticipatory bail. While Sreeram was evading arrest, the Anantapur police had alerted the airport authorities across the country to keep a watch on him.
Sreeram is currently pursuing graduation at in Singapore.
The court directed Sreeram to execute a bond for Rs. 50,000 and secure the guarantee of two persons before the Dharmavaram court to complete the procedure for him to leave the country. However, the court directed him to make himself available for investigation when called for by the police. Consequently, Sreeram executed the bond and completed the process on Saturday.