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Left parties Bhu poratam turns violent

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Hyderabad, July 26, 2007

The Bhu poratam of the Left parties demanding house sites sand land for the poor took a violent turn on Thursday with agitators and police clashing each other. Reports of violence came from almost all districts and some of the agitators sustained injuries due to lathi charge by the police. In the incidents, the policemen also sustained injuries due to stone throwing by the agitators. Protesting over the action of the Police, the Communist parties had given a State wide bandh call on Saturday.

The activists of the Left parties laid siege to the Collectorates as part of the Statewide 'Chalo Collectorate' call given by the State Party leaders in supporting the leaders BV Raghavulu of CPM and K Satyanarayana of CPI who are under indefinite fast. They have entered into fifth day of fast and the main demands include implementation of the recommendations of the Koneru Ranga Rao Committee and distribution of surplus lands.

In the State Capital, the police resorted to lathi charge, used water cannons and opened teargas on the agitators when they rushed towards the Collectorate. Several activists including were were injured. The police officials have made elaborate arrangements including deploying mounted police as the Assembly is in session. Nearly 20 policemen including Central Zone DCP Shaik Mohammed Iqubal suffered injuries. Police lathi charged the activists and arrested hundred of agitators in Visakhapatnam, Vijayawada, Eluru, Rajahmundry, Nizamabad, Kadapa, Kurnool and other districts. Meanwhile, the Governor has agreed to meet a delegation of Left Party leaders at the Raj Bhavan.

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