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Khammam bandh on Sunday

Bandh in protest against police firing

Hyderabad, July 28, 2007

The CPI and CPI(M) had given a call for bandh in Khammam on Sunday in protest against the police firing in which six persons were killed leaving several protesters injured. The CPI(M) State secretary BV Raghavulu and CPI State secretary K Narayana said that the police firing claimed eight lives and lathi charge that resulted several people injured.

In a statement they said that the Government's repressive methods by the government could not stop the agitation. They thanked the people for ensuring the success of Saturday's bandh in spite of government's attempt to foil it.

Meanwhile, majority of the political parties and other organizations condemned the police firing The All India Lawyer's Union announced that it would send a fact finding committee of lawyers for first hand information on the incident. Several organizations have demanded adequate compensation to the families of the victims.

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