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TDP chief Chandrababu leaves for Mudigonda
Police Firing in Mudigonda

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TDP chief Chandrababu leaves for Mudigonda

Says AK47 and SLR were used for the first time

Khammam, July 29, 2007

President of the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) and Leader of the Opposition, Nara Chandrababu Naidu left for Mudigonda in Khammam district in the wake of the deaths in police firing in the region yesterday. Speaking with the press in Hyderabad just before starting his visit, he said that the incident is an unfortunate one and that usage of AK47 and SLR were used in the first time in the state. He said that once such weaponry is used, it is difficult to ascertain as to whom it will hit.

Naidu said that the Chief Minister Dr. YS Rajasekhara Reddy has to resign owing to moral reasons. He said that the law and order is slowly slipping hands and that police are using their own discretion in incidents such as the Mudigonda incident.

Andhra Pradesh on July 29, 2007

CPI(M) and TDP demands resignation Chief Minister
Says Mudigonda incident is inhuman

Chief Minister announces ex-gratia to the kin of victims
Judicial inquiry ordered

Relatives of the victims stage dharna with slain bodies
Bodies were allowed to be taken for postmortem after Collector announces ex-gratia

Khammam in the grip of bundh for the second day
Busses off road; Medical services bleak

TDP chief Chandrababu leaves for Mudigonda
Says AK47 and SLR were used for the first time

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