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Telangana March : Hyderabad turns into a battle field

September 30, 2012
Hyderabad

Battle-like situation is witnessed at the Osmania University campus with the students attempted to break through a cordon of police personnel in a bid to move to Necklace Road to participate in the Telangana March. The police personnel stopped the students from taking out a rally and refused them to go through the gate. The students entered into an argument with the police which led to stone pelting on the police. The police retaliated by lobbing tear gas shells on the agitators.

Jana Reddy speaks to Chief Minister

Tension prevailed in Hyderabad on Sunday as pro-Telangana activists clashed with the Andhra Pradesh police even as thousands of people were reaching the venue of the rally to participate in the march for a separate state. Minister K Jana Reddy spoke to the Chief Minister Kiran Kumar Reddy over phone and complained him of the arrests and warned him that the government is not keeping its word.

Telangana Joint Action Committee chairman Prof. M Kodandaram and leaders of other parties condemned the way the government is acting and termed it as a conspiracy to foil the march. They lashed out against the government for cancelling trains and bus services from various parts of Telangana Districts to Hyderabad. Kodandaram said that on one hand the government has given permission for the march and on the other it is resorting to repressive measures.

DGP undertakes aerial survey

Director General of Police V Dinesh Reddy and top police officials took an aerial survey of the various party of the city where the protestors were fighting with the policemen. The chopper with high resolution cameras flew low over OU Campus. The helicopter flew over the Necklace road where Telangana protagonists were gathering for the march.

Gadder administers pledge

Revolutionary balladeer Gaddar administered a pledge to the protesters at Telangana Martyrs' Memorial at Gun Park that they would achieve the goal of separate Telangana State.

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