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    Atrocities against women, girls ‘growing’ under State government

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    Atrocities against women, girls ‘growing’ under State government

    Hyderabad: State BJP foreman Bandi Sanjay Kumar on Monday demanded an inquiry by a sitting jurist into the expiry of MGM medico Preethi.

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    Thanking the participants after a day-long objection at State BJP central office here during the twenty-four hours he said atrocities against women have got been growing in Telangana as the State government miserably failed in protecting them.

    He said the political party has organised several protests in dissimilar forms against Preethi’s expiry.

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    There have got been a serial of incidents of atrocities against women and lady friend students in Jubilee Hills, Nirmal, Manthani and not the same places. Yet Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao did not irritate and remained silent. But, he speaks on Hijab important question in Karnataka. Bandi alleged that the State government is willfully diluting Preethi’s vitrine. “She died in MGM, Warangal. but, fearing a alcoholic response revealing a person’s feelings or attitude from students and not the same quarters, her physical structure was shifted to NIMS to enact a dramatic event of providing better discussion.

    Huzurabad MLA Eatala Rajender lashed out at the government for failing to make comprehensible Preethi’s expiry. He demanded a commission for preventing ragging in the State medical colleges.

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