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Three suspended in the Flyover accident
Panjagutta Flyover Collapse

Technical Committee on Panjagutta Flyover Collapse incident submits report
Five member committee recommends action against Gammon

Three suspended in the Flyover accident
Chief Minister grills officials; Expert panel to probe

Panjagutta Flyover under construction collapses
At least 15 people dead; Many injured; Rescue operations begins

Dozen feared dead in Hyderabad flyover collapse
At least twelve persons are feared dead and scores injured after a section of an under-construction fly over collapsed at Punjagutta in Hyderabad today. ANI

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Three suspended in the Flyover accident

Chief Minister grills officials; Expert panel to probe

Hyderabad, September 10, 2007

The Chief Minister Dr. YS Rajasekhara Reddy ordered suspension of three Engineers of Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) for negligence of duty and instituted an inquiry by a five member committee of experts into the Panjagutta Flyover mishap. The suspension of B Rajaeswar, Executive Engineer, S Venkataramana, Deputy Executive Engineer and K Bhima Naik Assitant Engineer.

The experts committee will be headed by K Siva Reddy, Engineer in Chief, Roads and Buildings. Reddy has been asked to identify the causes for the collapse of the scaffolding that supported the pre-fabricated segments of the flyover and submit its report by Saturday. The other members of the Committee will be drawn each from Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JNTU), Osmania University, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Chennai and the National Academy of Construction.

The Government has decided to pay ex-gratia of Rs. five lakhs to each to the families of the two persons killed in the accident and Rs.20,000 each to the nine injured all of whom were out of danger. It is reported that the Chief Minister on Monday grilled senior bureaucrats at a meeting for failing to maintain proper checks and balances of work by Gammon India which is constructing the flyover.

Andhra Pradesh on September 10, 2007

PCC President K Keshava Rao quits his post
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Police takes Venkat into custody
Case handed over to CID

Three suspended in the Flyover accident
Chief Minister grills officials; Expert panel to probe

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Cooperative Bank announces 15 percent dividend
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