Former Rajya Sabha member and Congress leader V Hanumantha Rao have advised Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao to stop saying Bangaru Telangana and focus on resolving people’s issues in the state. He consoled the families of Ramesh and Narsimhulu, who died in Gulf countries, in a village near Chintamadaka in Medak district. VH demanded that the government should pay kin ex-gratia of Rs 24 lakh and to provide government job for a member of the family. The Congress leader slammed KCR for not coming to the rescue of an agricultural labourer, who committed suicide, in his native village Chintamadaka.
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