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Home Minister and DGP visits Chendodugutta in Kota mandal
Attempt on Janardhan Reddy - September 2007

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Home Minister and DGP visits Chendodugutta in Kota mandal

Says the act was of Maoists to mark their presence in the state

Hyderabad, September 7, 2007

The Home Minister, K Jana Reddy along with the Director General of Police, Basit visited the Chendodugutta in Kota mandal on Friday evening where the Maoists triggered a powerful land mine to target the lives of N Janardhana Reddy and his wife N Rajyalakshmi.

Speaking to media at Nellore, Jana Reddy said that the CPI (Maoist) targeted the former Chief Minister N Janardhana Reddy for imposing ban on the erstwhile People's War Group. The successive governments continued the ban on Naxals. The Maoists made the abortive attempt on the lives of the former Chief Minister and his wife N Rajyalakshmi to make their presence felt.

The Home Minister said that the Government would not cow down by the attack and continue the aggressive stance against the CPI (Maoists). While condemning the blast in which two Congress activists and a car driver were killed, he said that the UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi conveyed her condolences to the bereaved families. He assured that all possible help will be extended to the deceased.

Andhra Pradesh on September 7, 2007

Janardhan Reddy couple shifted to Nellore; Greyhounds security in place
Blast targeted at Reddy - says Home Minister

Former Andhra CM escapes unhurt in blast
Former Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Janardhan Reddy on Friday escaped a bid on life when his convoy was attacked in Nellores Vidyanagar area. ANI

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