Hyderabad April 08/2012 : The real Hyderabad again witnessed the ugly face of communalism and communal disturbances. By this evening the old city of Hyderabad had a deserted look which otherwise never sleeps. There were hardly any commuters on the roads, public transport was almost empty. Only a few people were seen on the roads rushing to their homes with concerned expressions.
According to police there is no casualty except a few injuries due to clashes between two groups, the number of injured were given as five, who are admitted into hospitals, but according to unofficial sources one person has died. City police commissioner A K Khan and DGP Dinesh Reddy visited infected areas and other part of the old city. During the press briefing Mr Khan said that his department will deal with the culprits very firmly and no one will be spared, two arrests were made and there would be many arrest followed. Mr Dinesh Reddy while addressing the media informed that communal rowdy sheeters will be arrested and the police is keeping a close eye on the situation. Additional forces are also deployed in these areas.
Curfew is likely to be remained imposed at least for next couple of days and will be relaxed gradually as the situation becomes normal.
CM Kiran Kumar Reddy also had a high level meeting with Home Minister, Commissioner and DGP, he gave a clear instruction to take firm action to check the violence.
City of love , became city of hate again due to vested interests
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