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   Panic among Assamese in Hyderabad continues

Hyderabad News: DGP of Hyderabad police Mr. V. Dinesh Reddy is strongly condemning the rumours that Assamese and other Northeast people in Hyderabad are fleeting back to their homeland Assam. But we are seeing pictures of trains like Howrah Express are filled jam packed with Assamese who are literally running back to Assam after receiving threats from Muslim communities here.


Strangely, the DGP says that there is a decline in the number of NE people going back. Also whoever left till now was only because their parents were asking them to come back but may soon return to Hyderabad. We do not know how far this news is true, but we always hope that there shouldn’t be any communal war in this age of science.


DGP assured that the situation will be in the control of the police and so does the CM. A large number of police personnel were asked to be safeguarding the areas where the Assamese were residing for the purpose of their safety, said the DGP. Trains moving from Bengaluru and Chennai to northern states which halt in Hyderabad are also given tight security.


We remember what happens between Hindus and Muslims in Hyderabad very frequently. It is a shame indeed. But the DGP and Chief Minister Mr. Kiran Kumar Reddy assuring that everything will be fine, that the communal riots is just a rumour is indeed stupidity. We sincerely hope that our Assam friends come back to Hyderabad and live their lives normally as they used to live earlier.  


Tags: Kiran Kumar Reddy, Chief Minister of AP, DGP of Hyderabad, V. Dinesh Reddy, northeast states

Fri 17 Aug, 2012,10:52:03 PM
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