Hyderabad: Twenty-three-year-old Raja Vamshi Reddy Muddasani from Telangana committed suicide at University of Michigan on Monday. Raja had moved to Michigan from Florida this summer. The Michigan police is investigating the case and the reason behind the suicide is still not clear.
The Telangana Development Forum in the US has started an online fund campaign to send Raja’s body to India. The campaign saw many well wishers of Raja Vamshi expressing shock at his untimely demise.
Raja’s parents were informed about the incident on Tuesday. The campaign, which started with the target of $50,000, on Tuesday mobilised $13,000 dollars with 350 people donating within 12 hours. The support for the campaign has increased on social media.
The incident took place on Monday morning when the Prajavani programme was underway at the GHMC deputy commissioners office.
They grind the tender ganja leaves and dried it into round golis. They mix it with milk and consume them.
He was earlier convicted in former Gujarat Home Minister Haren Pandyas case in 2003.
The issue has been raised several times in the past in the state Assembly but was brushed aside.
K. Laxman said that the party would celebrate the Telangana Liberation Day officially next year if it is elected to power.
Mr Revanth Reddy also responded to the honour killing of Dalit man P. Pranay Kumar.
According to the survey, TRS will win 85 to 95 seats out of the total 119 seats.
The TPCC has invited intellectuals and activists including the balladeer Gaddar and activist Vimalakka to join the Opposition grand alliance.
He wanted a comparative statement of funds released by the previous Congress governments and the Modi administration.
Following this, the Commission ordered a probe into the accounts of the school.
The officials moved an application before the bench seeking extension of time to complete the process.
The city recorded an average of 2.5 mm of rainfall.