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Kiran reviews law and order

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HYDERABAD: Chief Minister N. Kiran Kumar Reddy reviewed the law and order situation in the State in a meeting with Home Minister and Director General of Police here on Wednesday in the wake of Justice Srikrishna Committee submitting its report on Thursday.

Later, speaking to reporters, Home Minister P. Sabita Indra Reddy said that there was no need for misconceptions about deployment of additional forces in the State.

She said the government had taken necessary precautionary steps to maintain law and order in view of several incidents in the past one year and it was not the intention of the government to crush any agitation or cause inconvenience to any person.

Calling upon all sections of people to cooperate in maintaining law and order, she said every citizen should strive for ensuring peace in spite of the outcome of Srikrishna Committee report.

BJP State president and MLA G. Kishan Reddy said that a tense situation was prevailing in the State because of unrealistic expectations of people from the Srikrishna Committee's report on separate Telangana demand. He came to Secretariat to submit a memorandum on home guards demands to the Chief Minister.

Reiterating that the BJP did not believe that the committee would pave way for Telangana, he said Telangana would become a reality only when a Bill was introduced by political parties in the Parliament. He urged people not to get agitated and remain peaceful.

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