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    Nandikonda municipality in Nalgonda district is reeling from a distressing discovery as the bodies of nearly 30 monkeys were recovered from a Waterhead tank earlier today. The incident has sent shockwaves through the community, raising concerns about the safety of the water supply and the negligence of municipal officials.

    The unfortunate demise of these monkeys is believed to have occurred due to drowning in the Waterhead tank, which has been a crucial source of drinking water for residents. What adds to the gravity of the situation is the revelation that municipal authorities have continued to supply drinking water from the same tank, despite the recent tragedy and apparent oversight in closing the tank lid.

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    Residents are understandably outraged by the apparent negligence of municipal officials, whose failure to ensure the safety of the water supply has resulted in the loss of innocent lives. Calls for accountability and immediate action to rectify the situation are echoing throughout the community.

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    Rajesh M
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