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By Our Staff Reporter
HYDERABAD, SEPT. 25 . Notwithstanding the commission of inquiry appointed into the factional killings in Anantapur district, the Telugu Desam has vowed to continue its "democratic struggle" until the "mayhem unleashed against its activists" by Congress rivals stopped.
At a news conference here on Saturday, former TDP Ministers Kodela Sivaprasada Rao, B. Gopalakrishna Reddy, P. Chandrasekhar, Dandu Sivaramaraju and Mandava Venkateswara Rao criticised the Government for appointing the commission to look into the killings over the last 15 years.
The immediate deaths should have been the concern of the commission if any justice was to be done, they said, adding that this would have acted as a deterrent against crime.
They urged the Chief Minister, Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy, to change his attitude towards the killings.
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