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HYDERABAD: The security staff at the chief minister’s camp office at Begumpet are learnt to have not allowed the vehicle of opposition leader in the Legislative Council Dadi Veerabhadra Rao, m

Published: 01st February 2012 04:56 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 05:47 PM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: The security staff at the chief minister’s camp office at Begumpet are learnt to have not allowed the vehicle of opposition leader in the Legislative Council Dadi Veerabhadra Rao, making the TDP leader furious.

When Dadi and some other leaders went to the office on Tuesday morning, the security personnel there stopped his vehicle though he had a prior appointment with the chief minister.

A furious Rao and others returned without submitting a memorandum to the chief minister representing the case of the agitating junior doctors.

Speaking to reporters later, Rao said he would organise a deeksha in the Council during the budget session. According to TDP sources, the chief minister called up Rao and apologised for the incident.

At a press conference, TDP leader T Devender Goud alleged that YS Vijayamma’s letter to the prime minister on CBI’s way of conducting investigation was only to derive sympathy from the public.



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