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City of Hyderabad under siege
The pearl city of Hyderabad is under the siege of police forces. The Kiran Kumar Government is very adamant and not even thinking of citizens of the city who are often facing Bandhs and protests.

Hyderabad city has been closed from all sides to not allow even an ant, such is the situation. In spite of heavy deployment of police and paramilitary forces, agitators could reach various places around the Assembly, and Kavita who is the daughter of K. Chandra Sekhar of TRS was able to reach Indira Park where she was observing protest.

The Osmania University is being used as a war field. Police have burst the tear gas shells to disperse them and in this regard a student was injured. Meanwhile, two MLAs of TRS have been gone to the top of Assembly building and protesting with black flags.

As the Telangana demanding MLAs from TRS, BJP and some other likeminded part MLAs stalled the proceeding immediately after the start of Assembly and the helpless Speaker has no option but to adjourn the day’s session till next Monday. The Police have arrested the TRS MLAs who are protesting at gate number one. Police are trying hard to bring down the two MLAs who are on the top of the Assembly building.

The TRS leader Harish Rao has warned the government that if any untoward incident takes place, the responsibility lies with the government. Whatever the threat, it seems even if force is used on the protesters, the agitation will not stop. Due to these protests citizens of the city are being put in hardship but the government is being a mute spectator - dragging the issue due to politics.

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