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HYDERABAD: Chief Minister K. Rosaiah has said that all the four investigations into the crash of ill-fated Bell 430 helicopter would go on simultaneously as the purpose and functions of each agency was different but they would exchange required information
Speaking to mediapersons on Tuesday, Mr. Rosaiah said that two-member expert committee, CBI inquiry, CID routine investigation and Director General of Civil Aviation inquiry would not be contradictory to each other and were legally in order.
He said CBI inquiry was sought as they did not want to leave room for any dissatisfaction among people who were disturbed and saddened with the tragic death of Y. S. Rajasekhara Reddy and to bring out the facts that led to the copter crash.Special sessions
The Chief Minister also said that the Government was in favour of convening special session of both Legislative Assembly and Council at the earliest and adopt resolutions separately in the memory of the people’s leader.
Admitting that Governance in various departments came to a standstill during the last five days due to the shocking demise of Dr. Reddy, Mr. Rosaiah said that they started holding department-wise review meetings to tackle pressing situations like swine flu, monitor inflows into reservoirs. A review meeting to monitor prices and delayed kharif crop to hit markets in October was slated for Wednesday. The Chief Minister said he sought every one’s cooperation to normalcy in the governance and he would fulfil the responsibility entrusted to him with sincerity and determination as there should not be any vacuum till the Congress Legislature Party meeting was convened to elect a leader.
The true tribute to Dr. Reddy would be to implement all his programmes initiated by him effectively and if possible improve them, he added.Review meetings
Mr. Rosaiah, who held a review meeting with HMDA, APIIC on resource mobilisation, directed them to give their proposals for raising Rs.3,000 crore through sale of land this financial year.
He said the economy was showing signs of revival while the impact of the economic slowdown had softened.
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