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Old Hyderabad city reels under curfew for third consecutive day
Third day of curfew went on peacefully with no reports of major violence or clashes reported from any part of the city. Communal clashes broke in the city after miscreants dumped animal body parts are several religious places.

CURFEW CONTINUED on the third consecutive day on Tuesday in the areas of Madannapet and Saeedabad. Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy, on Sunday, reviewed the situation with the Director General of Police V Dinesh Reddy, Commissioner of Police A K Khan, District Collector Natrajan Gulzar and other senior officials, and directed them to closely monitor the situation as quickly as possible.

Chief Minister also appealed people to observe restraint and help the administration in maintaining peace, law and order. He has also asked the officials to take stringent action against the miscreants responsible for the Madannapet incidents.

According to police sources, miscreants dumped body parts of animals at two religious places on Monday too. Violence broke out when a place of worship in Kurmaguda of Madannapet was desecrated by unknown persons. Despite curfew, a group burnt a garage at Umda Bazaar in Kamatipura on Monday and news of minor communal clashes have also been reported from several parts of the city.

The indefinite third day of the curfew went on peacefully as the Chief Minister informed that the situation is fully under control.

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