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June 29, 2015 - Hyderabad

HYDERABAD YSRCP SEEKS GOVERNOR’S INTERVENTION: YSRCP urged Governor ESL Narasimhan to direct the authorities concerned to initiate immediate action against the TDP’s MLC candidate from Prakasam district for luring the party’s MPTCs with cash and holding them captive in a hotel to keep them away from public glare till the completion of elections. It said that the party had strength of 496 MPTCs in the district while TDP had 472 candidates and the arithmetic is clear that the YSRCP candidate’s victory was a foregone conclusion. The party said that TDP camp had taken away 35 MPTCs of the party. A delegation led by MP YV Subba Reddy submitted a memorandum to the Governor.

PRESIDENT PRANAB ARRIVES FOR SOUTHERN SOJOURN: President Pranab Mukherjee arrived here on Monday afternoon on a ten day southern sojourn. He was accorded warm welcome by the Governor, Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhara Rao at the Air Force Station Hakimpet. He driven down to the specially erected pandal where he was greeted by Telangana Legislative Council Chairman K. Swamy Goud, Assembly Speaker S.Madhusudhana Chary and other ministers and officials.

SESHACHALAM ENCOUNTER - SIT TO RECORD EYE-WITNESS: A Division Bench of the Hyderabad High Court on Monday directed the Special Investigation Team constituted to investigate the Seshachalam encounter on April 5 to record the statements of three purported eye-witness by July 3. The Division Bench comprising of acting Chief Justice Dilip B.Bhosale and Justice S.V.Bhatt dealing with a case filed by Civil Liberties Committee to record the statements in the presence of advocates.

ONGOLE ANDHRA PRADESH RYTHU SANGAM (APRS) DEMANDS CBI INQUIRY: The fire in godown that devoured cotton bales worth Rs.l7.50 crore at Challareddypalem near Vetapalem in Prakasam district was brought under control on Monday. Fire service personnel fought for over 20 hours to bring the flames under control. CCI Godowns in-charge officer lodged a complaint with the Chirala police who have begun an investigation. Meanwhile, the Andhra Pradesh Rythu Sangham (APRS) demanded a CBI probe into the case of the fire.

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