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Chief Minister felicitates NSG commando

Pramod from Dornakal participated in the recent terror operation in Mumbai

The Chief Minister, Dr.YS Rajasekhara Reddy felicitated a National Security Guard Commando B Pramod who participated in the operation at Nariman House during the recent terror attacks in Mumbai. He, a single man of the Army hails from Dornakal in Warangal district. The Chief Minister promised that the Congress party will amend the constitution to provide reservations in promotions for the Backward Classes.

Speaking at a meeting of BCs organized on Saturday, he said that the Congress was committed to extend reservations in promotions for BCs on the lines of similar benefit enjoyed by the SCs and STs.

The Chief Minister said that the weaker sections were not as secure anywhere else in the country as in Andhra Pradesh.

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