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    Former Ministers Sabitha Indra Reddy, Satyavathi Rathode, along with former MLAs Marri Janardhan Reddy, Guvvala Balaraju, and Harshavardhan Reddy visited Eswaramma, an adivasi woman who was injured in a brutal incident at Nagar Kurnool District Hospital.

    The victim, Eswaramma, received financial assistance of 1.5 lakh rupees from the party. Former minister Satyavati Rathod requested better medical services for Eswaramma and urged the district collector to provide immediate treatment under the supervision of a female doctor.

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    Satyavati Rathod expressed sadness over the incident and criticized the government for not taking appropriate action to prevent such incidents. She demanded 50 lakhs in exgratia for the victim’s family and support for the education of her three children.

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    The former ministers called out Chief Minister Revanth Reddy for failing to address the issue promptly. They highlighted the lack of female doctors at the hospital and emphasized the need for stronger law enforcement measures.

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    Chief Minister Revanth Reddy responded by ordering officials to take strict action to prevent similar incidents in the future. The government is under pressure to ensure justice for the victim and hold the perpetrators accountable.

    Former Minister Sabitha Indra Reddy criticized the treatment of criminals involved in such heinous acts and urged for better law and order in the state. Chief Minister Revanth Reddy conducted a review of security measures and vowed to take necessary steps to prevent such incidents from happening again.

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