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Acid attack on Warangal Engineering Student

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Home Minister says law will take its own course
Says Government will enact legislation to check women crime

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Acid attack on two engineering college girl students

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Home Minister says law will take its own course

Says Government will enact legislation to check women crime

The Home Minister, K Jana Reddy has said that the law will take its own course in the incident involving the killing of the three accused in the acid attack case in Warangal in a police encounter. Responding repeated queries of reporters about the killing of youth who threw acid on engineering girl students Swapnika and Pranitha, Jana Reddy said nobody was above the law of the land. He said that the government, on its part, was contemplating to enact a legislation to check crime against women and had invited suggestion from constitutional experts for making the provisions of the existing legislation more stringent.

Jana Reddy announced Government's decision to equip the Hill temple of Lord Venkateswara with most sophisticate security technology in the wake of the increased terrorist activities in the country. Following the inputs from the intelligence departments, he said that the government has resolved to adopt an uncompromising attitude with regard to the temple security.

Jana Reddy further said that the State Government has requested the Centre to provide necessary assistance enabling it face any eventuality including aerial attack. As a first step in this direction, the Centre had in principle agreed to spare CRPF personnel to the district. He added that the proposal of setting up of Tirupati Urban Police Commissionerate was under active consideration.

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