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Police say no to ‘praja court’

Fri 09th Oct 2009 09:26 AM
Police say no to ‘praja court’
Police say no to ‘praja court’

Adilabad, Sept 22: The district police on Tuesday rejected the proposal of Telangana Rashtra Samithi to convene a `praja court’ at Mancherial town in Adilabad district on Wednesday to try its suspended MLA G Arvinda Reddy.Taking law and order into consideration, the Superintendent of Police clamped Section 144 in the town and it would continue till Thursday.In politics, seeking people’s support from public fora is a routine feature as politicians accuse or ‘expose’ their opponents in act which they term as a trial in people’s court.The ‘verdict’ is handed over by people in the shape of a positive or negative vote for the leader and the party concerned in the immediate elections.The proposed ‘praja court’ at Mancherial promises to be different in that the TRS seeks concurrence of the people of the constituency from where Mr Arvind Reddy has been elected on the issue of his penalisation for his alleged ‘anti-party’ averments.

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