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Palnadu row: Jagan govt forms fact-finding team

Palnadu row: Jagan govt forms fact-finding team

With the Telugu Desam Party raising a lot of hue and cry over the alleged attacks by the YSR Congress party workers on the TDP cadre in Palnadu, the Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy government on Monday formed a fact-finding committee to probe the allegations.

Home minister Mekathoti Sucharita said the fact finding committee would comprise officials from revenue as well as police departments.

The police will visit the victim's rehabilitation centers set up by the TDP to find out the truth and take action accordingly.

The minister said till now the TDP had not taken any permission from the government for the Chalo Atmakur in Palnadu area on September 11.

She said the police were staying in the villages in the nights to ensure the security and safety of the public.

“The department is going to appoint an Officer on Special Duty (OSD) to address the law and order problems in the region and anybody could come and lodge a complaint with the officer. The office will be located at Piduguralla,” she said.

Ridiculing TDP president N Chandrababu Naidu for organizing the rehabilitation camps drama by using the paid artistes, she said the police had registered altogether 79 complaints after the general elections, out of which 43 were lodged by TDP and the remaining by YSRCP.

“The police have been registering cases filed by both the parties and there was no truth in the claims of the TDP in this regard,” she said.

Meanwhile, the DGP Goutam Sawang informed that police imposed Section 144 across the Palnadu region in the Guntur district to ensure Law and Order and peace.

He said the police officials had already visited the villages built confidence among the public, wherever small incidents took place.

The DGP appealed all political parties not to disturb the peace in the region by making false statements on Law and Order.

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