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Hearing on petition against Sonia on Dec 14
Published on Nov 15, 2011 8:29 am IST

A Delhi court on Tuesday adjourned the hearing to December 14 on a criminal complaint filed by PN Arun Kumar, an advocate, against the Congress president Sonia Gandhi holding her responsible for suicides committed for the cause of Telangana,

The Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate court in the Patiala House Courts Complex will resume the hearing on Arun Kumar’s petition wherein he sought enquiry under Section 200 of Criminal Procedure Act against the Congress president, all the MLAS and MPs of Andhra for allegedly acting against the constitutional spirit and causing unrest that consequently led to about 800 suicides of innocent Telangana people.

Arun Kumar alleged that it was the indecisiveness of the Congress president on the formation of Telangana statehood that drove the youth and students to commit suicide. “The UPA government under Sonia’s leadership had announced the formation of Telangana state on December 9, 2009, but later went back on its promise. It was only after this announcement that the number of suicides have gone up in the Telangana region,” the petitioner alleged.

In his petition Arun Kumar appealed to court to direct the Central Government to pay compensation to the next of the kin of 800 persons who have killed themselves for the cause of Telangana. (INN)


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