Transgender candidate M Chandramukhi, contesting the Telangana meeting elections by a constituency in town, turned up in a police station on Wednesday night.
Chandramukhi, who’s contesting the election against Goshamahal as a candidate at the Bahujan Left Front and has been lost because early Tuesday, attained Banjara Hills police station together with her attorney and a number of members of the transgender community.
She refused to provide a statement to police about her whereabouts, stating she will disclose every detail in court Thursday. The Hyderabad High Court had on Wednesday directed the authorities to make her at the courtroom on Thursday.
The court handed orders on a habeas corpus petitioned registered by Chandramukhi’s mommy Ananthamma. Before, a lost case was registered in the Banjara Hills police station on a complaint with her mum.
Chandramukhi, the sole transwoman offender in Telangana’s assembly elections, went missing early Tuesday from her home at Jawaharnagar here. In accordance with her fans, two men had come to meet with her. Afterwards, her cellular phone was turned off. They claimed she was abducted.
But after examining CCTV footage, authorities said on Wednesday she left the home on her own and has been spotted walking alone. A police officer said she had concealed her face to conceal her identity.
Authorities had shaped 10 teams to follow the lost candidate. A couple of teams were deputed to Anantapur along with other districts in neighbouring Andhra Pradesh. Bahujan left wing leaders and transgender activists have alleged that individuals who were compared to some transgender contesting the election were supporting her disappearance.