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High Court refers YSR Congress public meet petition to police

The High Court on Wednesday directed the Hyderabad city police to consider the representation of YSR Congress party seeking permission to hold a public meeting at Lal Bahadur Stadium on October 19 and pass appropriate orders in accordance with the law.

Published: 10th October 2013 10:39 AM  |   Last Updated: 10th October 2013 10:39 AM   |  A+A-

The High Court on Wednesday directed the Hyderabad city police to consider the representation of YSR Congress party seeking permission to hold a public meeting at Lal Bahadur Stadium on October 19 and pass appropriate orders in accordance with the law.

Justice Nooty Ramamohana Rao, while dealing with a petition by party leader K Sivakumar, directed the Central Zone DCP to take appropriate decision by October 12 and communicate the same to the petitioner.

The petitioner submitted that his party has represented the city police on October 3 seeking permission to hold the meeting at LB Stadium and that the Sports Authority of Andhra Pradesh (SAAP) has already permitted them to use the stadium to conduct the meeting.

When the zonal deputy commissioner concerned did not respond on their representation, they approached the city police commissioner and also the Director General of Police seeking permission for the meeting, he said.



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