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    Fire at brand-new Secretariat: Congress looks for clearness

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    Fire at brand-new Secretariat: Congress looks for clearness

    Hyderabad: Former Minister Mohammed Ali Shabbir on Friday required that the State government concern an explanation on the occurrence of a huge fire that burst out in the under-construction structure of the brand-new Secretariat.

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    Former Minister Shabbir Ali, TPCC elderly vice-president Dr Mallu Ravi, TPCC functioning president M Anjan Kumar Yadav, Khairtabad DCC president Dr Rohin Reddy as well as various other leaders were restrained by the police when they attempted to go to the brand-new Secretariat to examine the damages created because of a fire occurrence in the very early hrs ofFriday They were quit at Congress head office Gandhi Bhavan itself by the Hyderabad Police as well as they were apprehended when they attempted ahead out. They were changed to Goshamahal Police Station as well as launched later on.

    Speaking to media individuals, Shabbir Ali charged KCR govt of attempting to muffle up the fire occurrence by calling it a ‘simulated drill’. “TPCC president A Revanth Reddy has constituted a TPCC Fact Finding committee to study the damage caused to the new Secretariat building which is being constructed at a cost of over Rs 550 crore of public money. However, BRS govt is trying to hide the truth by calling the incident a ‘mock drill’. It is a public building and people have a right to know all the details related to the fire incident,” he stated.

    He asked regarding why BRS govt hesitated of enabling resistance leaders to examine the area if the occurrence was a ‘simulated drill’. “This is apparently the first time in history that a mock drill was conducted in an under-construction and unfinished building at 3 am in the night. The fire ignited for the mock drill was so intense it reportedly took 11 fire tenders to put it off,” he stated including that Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao ought to quit compeling the police authorities to talk such non-sense as well as not logical concepts.

    The Congress leader asked CM KCR to describe regarding why he was keeping a lot privacy concerning the brand-new Secretariat structure. “Opposition was neither informed nor taken into confidence when the old Secretariat buildings were demolished. They were not invited to the foundation stone laying ceremony. Even now, when the new building caught fire, the opposition does not have permission to even visit the place to check the damage. Since the building is being constructed with public money, as the responsible opposition it is our duty to enquire about the causes, and extent of damage and also check whether any casualty was reported. However, KCR Govt is behaving as if was constructing some secret war bunker and not the Secretariat building.

    “KCR has actually destroyed 2 mosques as well as a holy place to create a brand-new Secretariat to please his superstitious ideas. Now KCR is struck by a curse for destroying those churches,” he affirmed. (NSS)

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