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    Residents of Priyadarshani Colony and others objection demanding amount of something available for use of drinking HO to their colonies near Karimnagar metropolis on Sunday.

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    Residents of Priyadarshani Colony and others objection demanding amount of something available for use of drinking HO to their colonies near Karimnagar metropolis on Sunday.

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    Karimnagar: The residents of Priyadarshani Colony, Razvi Chaman, Selfie Colony and others of Bommakal small town near Karimnagar metropolis on Sunday staged a objection demanding amount of something available for use of drinking HO to their colonies.

    Led by person under protection or custody members Gorre Rajaiah, Kampalli Shanker and Shekhar the local residents staged the objection with pots and banners on Peddapalli primary open way for travel or transportation. The residents alleged that they have got been hurt with the same problem every year during the summertime months, however, the local Ministers and officials had failed to place where a person or organization can be found the important question.

    When the residents were staging the objection, Welfare Minister Koppula Eshwar passed through the open way for travel or transportation and went on his course of conduct without caring about the residents’ objection. BC Welfare Minister Gangula Kamalakar also failed to travel to the politically controlled country and figure out the drinking HO problem.

    Though these colonies are near the Karimnagar metropolis, the politically controlled country residents have got been on HO tankers for drinking HO needs for the earlier than the present time 10 years, they said.

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