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    Hyderabad:  Telangana Youth Congress workers on Tuesday barged into the chamber of City Mayor Gadwal Vijayalakshmi, demanding justness for the folk of the 4-year-old who was mauled to decease by stray dogs in Amberpet. The Congress workers led by the urban center time of life between childhood and maturity biological organ for flying chief executive of a republic Motha Rohit barged into the chambers of the GHMC city manager.

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    They demanded ex-gratia of Rs 25 lakhs, a government task, and a 2BHK family for the 4-year-old Pradeep’s folk. The group made slogans while the police tried to discipline in personal activities the state of affairs and escorted them outer side or surface.  On Monday, Gadwal Vijayalakshmi, Deputy Mayor Mothe Srilatha Shobhan Reddy along with a indefinite but relatively small number corporators at the GHMC central office, gave an ex-gratia bank check of Rs 9.7 lakh to the folk of Pradeep.

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