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PUCL demands an inquiry

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BANGALORE: Voicing concern over the suspicious deaths of the inmates of the Beggars' Rehabilitation Centre here, the People's Union for Civil Liberties, Bangalore, has sought an independent inquiry.

In a press statement, PUCL secretary Arati Choksi said the hurried disposal of the bodies further incriminates the authorities. Meanwhile, the Communist Party of India (Marxist) will hold a demonstration on the centre's premises in Sumanahalli, Magadi Road, on Friday, protesting the tragic turn of events at the centre.

The CPI(M), in a release, said the party demands an immediate and impartial inquiry into the whole episode. The Kannada Chaluvali Vatal Paksha too has planed a protest in front of Chief Minister's residence on Friday.

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