Y.S. sharmila, the leader of the ysr telangana party (YSRTP), was granted bail on tuesday by a city court, hours after she had been detained by police amid much drama while travelling to the official residence of chief minister K. Chandrashekar Rao in a car that had been attacked by trs men the day before in warangal district. She and six other people were brought by the police on tuesday night to appear before a magistrate, who released them on personal bond. While the police sought Sharmila's remand, her attorney contended that the police had falsely accused her of wanting to organise a peaceful protest with her supporters. The magistrate granted bail to the YSRTP leader and others after hearing all arguments.

This marked the conclusion of a day filled with dramatic events that started when sharmila and her supporters went to the home of chief minister K. chandrasekhar Rao to protest the attack on her convoy by party workers when she was on her "Praja Prasthanam" padayatra. Dramatic scenes were seen when the police stopped the rally organised by the YSRTP with a bus and a car that were in bad shape on raj bhavan Road. sharmila, who was operating the damaged car, insisted on staying inside. sharmila was still in the car when it was towed away by the cops.

Sharmila, the sister of Y.S. jagan Mohan Reddy, chief minister of Andhra Pradesh, was brought to SR nagar police Station. She resisted getting out of the automobile, which caused more controversy. She was lifted into the police station by the officers after they violently opened the door. A group of YSRTP members had assembled there to protest her detention, but the police used force to scatter them. Vijayamma, the mother of sharmila, was put under house arrest as she was heading to the police station to meet Sharmila. After then, Vijayamma sat in her lotus Pond home's protest.

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