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Home Minister asks TDP leaders not to violate law

Bid to enter mining area criticized

Hyderabad, July 22, 2007

The Home Minister, K Jana Reddy speaking at a press conference on Sunday criticized the Telugu Desam Party leaders for their attempts to take law into their hands at Obulapuram mining area in Anatapur district that led to scuffle with the police on Saturday. He asked them to stop violating law and adopt democratic methods to register their protests if any. He said that the recorded proceeds show that the TDP leaders attacked the police who retaliated.

He said that the police tried to stop the TDP leaders from entering the area where Section 144 was clamped but the later in fact tried to drive them away. The charge of the TDP leaders that the police officials on duty consumed liquor is ridiculous and condemned it.

He said that the prohibitory orders were clamped in the area which was leased out to private firm following a threat from TDP leaders to forcibly to enter the area. He said that since the place has been leased, the government has no say on it and the TDP leaders could have approached the court seeking permission to enter it. Meanwhile, the Government Chief Whip N Kiran Kumar Reddy said that Obulapuram mine is a private property and the TDP leaders has no right to trespass into the area without proper permission.

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