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27 CPM leaders participating in Bhu poratam arrested

Police registers non-bailable cases

Hyderabad, May 7, 2007

Nearly 27 CPM leaders were arrested on Monday for encouraging illegal encroachments of the Government lands on the outskirts of the city. The second day of the 'Bhu poratam' by the Left party activists turned violent on Monday at Nagole and Uppal areas. At Nagole, the CPM leaders pelted stones at the police and the latter caned the agitating people.

The police registered non bailable cases against 27 CPM leaders and they were sent to Chanchalguda and Cherlapally prisons. Police also taken nearly 700 Left workers into custody. Meanwhile, Revenue officials evicted around 8000 huts pitched on 250 acres by the Left activists in Golconda area and took possession of the land.

The Bhu poratam will continue up to May 20. At a round table conference held in the city by the Bhu Ikya Udyama Committee comprising of 195 organizations including TRS, BJP and TDP supported the agitation.

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