Hyderabad: Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao on Monday announced that an ex-gratia payment of Rs 25 lakh would be made to the family of MRPS activist S. Bharati who died while participating in an agitation outside the Hyderabad collectorate demanding categorisation of SC reservations.
Mr Rao said one member of her family would be now be offered employment and her children would receive free education until post-graduation.
The Chief Minister informed the Assembly said that Bharati had died of health issues. “The police were shifting MRPS activists from the collectorate in a vehicle when Bharati fell ill. The police officials immediately took her to the Osmania Hospital, but she died while undergoing treatment. We have also examined the video footage of the incident,” he said.
He said the Assembly resolution on categorisation was with the Centre. An all-party delegation would be sent to Delhi to meet with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and discuss the matter.
The debate on the land survey was halted when the Opposition demanded a statement on the Bharati issue. The Speaker was forced to adjourn the House for an hour. After Mr Rao made the statement, the House was adjourned for the day.
Taking jab at Mr Rao, Mr Arvind asked why he was trying to rush the municipal polls if he isn’t intimidated by the BJP or Mr Modi.
Cultivation done on 8L acres in Old Adilabad and 3L acres in new district.
The Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the HCA, which would be held on July 21, is expected to deliberate the issue.
Rao said the CM has succeeded in completing the Project because he emerged as a leader from the mass movement.
The DRF personnel entered the well and took the kitten out with the help of a rope.
Monsoon inflows had begun at Yellampally and it would also get water from its own catchment area.
The ACB is likely to probe the role of at least half a dozen officials including ESI director Devika Rani in the alleged swindle of Rs 200 crore.
He said it was unethical for the court to issue orders without considering Section 6.
Entails integration of databases and penalty for officials.
A new law lifting the per-country cap is before the US Senate and India is hoping that the number allotted to it will then increase.
The case was adjourned to July 22 for submissions from the Telangana government on the petitions.
Meanwhile, Anish Bhanwala claimed the gold medal in 25m rapid fire pistol category.