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TRS activist done to death

Reportedly beaten to death by Congress workers

Warangal, May 12, 2008

A Telangana Rashtra Samithi activist, S Mogili was beaten to death allegedly by Congress workers at Koppula village in Shayampet mandal on Sunday evening. He was shifted to the Parkal hospital where the doctors refused to admit him. He was later shifted to MGM Hospital and then to a private hospital in Hyderabad. He succumbed to injuries on Monday morning.

The TRS workers enforced a Bandh in the mandal on Monday and tension prevailed in Shayampet constituency. The TRS district president P Sudarshan Reddy and other leaders reached Koppula village in the mandal and held the DCCB Chairman, K Muralidhara Rao and his followers responsible for the murder of the activist.

The trouble began when he had an arguments with the DCCB chairman when he was mobilizing people for the TRS president K Chandrasekhara Rao's road show. He was reportedly thrashed by the DCCB chairman resulting in internal head injuries that took his life. The TRS has given a bandh call on Tuesday. It is reported that the TRS president is likely to visit the Koppula village.

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