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Chief Minister announces ex-gratia to the kin of victims

Judicial inquiry ordered

Hyderabad, July 29, 2007

The Chief Minister, Dr. YS Rajasekhara Reddy on Sunday announced an ex-gratia of Rs. 5 lakhs to each of the kind of the victims who died in the police firing on Saturday at Mudigonda. He also announced a job and a house to each of the victim's family members who died in police firing on Saturday. He also announced a sum of Rs. 50,000 to those who were seriously injured and Rs. 10,000 to those treated as out patients and government would bear all the medical expenses.

The Chief Minister reviewed the situation along with the Home Minister, K Jana Reddy, the Minister for Revenue D Prasada Rao, the Minister for Commercial Taxes, Konatala Ramakrishna and Minister for Roads and Buildings, T Jeevan Reddy and announced the suspension of the Circe Inspector and Sub Inspector. Top ranking officials were present at the meeting.

Dr. YS Rajasekhara Reddy appealed all the political parties to cooperate with the Government in restoring normalcy in Khammam district. Though the Chief Minister planned to visit Mudigonda, but he could not do so due to lack of security clearance and cancelled his visit.

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