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AP cops say no to Telangana march

With pro-Telangana groups going ahead with their planned 30 Sep march, Andhra Pradesh's police chief Friday warned that the police force would act tough to maintain law and order.

Director General of Police Dinesh Reddy, who is holding charge at present pending verdict of the Central Administrative Tribunal, told reporters here that there was no question of giving permission for the march as there were strong apprehensions about it turning violent. The police chief asked Telangana Joint Action Committee (JAC) to postpone the march in view of the Ganesh immersion processions 29 Sep and the United Nations conference on biodiversity beginning 1 Oct. On a day when the JAC steering committee was busy giving final touches to the proposed march around Hussain Sagar lake in the heart of the city, the DGP said anti-social elements in the guise of protestors could sneak in to create trouble.    

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