Kishan Reddy, Bandi Sanjay condemns Mounika's death, demand justice to her family

Telangana BJP President pressed that all open drains and manholes be reviewed immediately and secured before any other incidents occurred

Kishan Reddy, Bandi Sanjay condemns Mounikas death, demand justice to her family

HYDERABAD: Telangana BJP President Bandi Sanjay Kumar strongly condemned the death of 10-year-old Mounika, who died after falling into a sewer in Secunderabad while attempting to help her brother during heavy rains in Hyderabad on Saturday morning.

While expressing his heartfelt sympathies to Mounika's family, Bandi Sanjay claimed that the civic body's failure in Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation(GHMC)-sponsored deaths was evident.

Telangana Municipal Minister K T Rama Rao should quit immediately by accepting responsibility for a series of deaths caused by manholes, potholes, and stray dogs, he demanded.

How many more deaths did you think it would take for the Municipal Administration department to wake up and get its basics right? Bandi Sanjay questioned.

Telangana BJP President pressed that all open drains and manholes be reviewed immediately and secured before any other incidents occurred. He demanded justice to Mounika's family, who had suffered merely because of the alleged negligence of the Municipal Administration department.

Kishan Reddy, Union Minister and Secunderabad MP, paid a visit to Mounika's home on Saturday to convey his condolences to her family. Kishan Reddy, who strongly condemned Mounika's death, claimed that civic authorities were responsible for her death because they did not take any preparations despite the IMD's rain forecast for the last four days. He demanded that the state government accept responsibility for the death and assist the victims' families.

While expressing his condolences for Mounika's death, he stated that the loss of life was caused by a lack of coordination among government departments. The work had been delayed since the road and drainage pipe line must be dug.The project was hauled back since the contractors were not compensated for their work. Contractors were attempting to avoid liability by providing compensation to the victims.

He said, "The Centre has provided thousands of crores, yet the Telangana administration boasted about building roadways. The state government is not paying attention to these local issues.They are drilling and leaving the water pipe line which led to these kinds of incidents."

He claimed that no one cared about the slum dwellers' plight.

Such incidents, he stressed, should not be repeated. “We will support the victims on behalf of our party,” he added.

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