Victims of ASI Mohan Reddy sent out of Ambedkar stadium

Victims of ASI B Mohan Reddy, who protested at chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao’s public meeting were thrown out of the meeting held at  Ambedkar stadium.

Published: 13th July 2017 11:24 AM  |   Last Updated: 13th July 2017 11:24 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

KARIMNAGAR:  The victims of ASI B Mohan Reddy, who were fighting for justice, protested at chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao’s public meeting as part of Haritha Haaram plantation programme.
While the CM was addressing the gathering, suddenly, a group of victims of ASI Mohan Reddy displayed placards with a demand to remove Mohan Reddy from service. Police who noticed their placard protest, took them outside of the meeting. They seized all the placards and sent them out of the Ambedkar stadium.  
Meanwhile, a women sitting in the general gallery raised slogans that fine rice be supplied at fair shops instead of the rice that is being distributed at present. Women police who were standing in the gallery took her outside of the meeting venue.

Meanwhile, Rao was accorded grand welcome by students at Lower Manair Dam on the outskirts of Karimnagar where CM planted a sapling along with finance minister Etela Rajender, MPs and MLAs as part of third phase of Haritha Haaram here on Wednesday.

Various institution students donned KCR face masks welcomed and formed human chain along the entire stretch of Rajiv Rahadari at LMD colony.Granite owners association members and workers in 20 lorries participated in the programme. They requested CM to bring to the notice of Union government the change the price of granites from 28 per cent to 5 per cent after imposition of GST.

Surprisingly, police sources said that about 40 pickpocketers were spotted in the meeting and out of them, five were caught by the police. Meanwhile, in view of CM programme, all shops on the entire stretch of main road were forcefully closed by the police. Also, all lodges including on the outskirts too were closed since Tuesday night.


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