Anti-Telangana protest outside PMs house
New Delhi: Around 30 anti-Telangana
supporters Thursday staged a protest outside Prime Minister Manmohan
Singh's official residence here where a cabinet meet has been called to
decide on the creation of a separate Telangana state.
Holding banners and shouting slogans against the division of the state,
the protestors called for 'Saving Andhra Pradesh' and tried to enter the
prime minister's residence at 7 Race Course Road here by breaking the
However, the protestors were bundled into police vans and taken away.
According to a police officer, the protestors arrived in small groups of
two or three and assembled near the Prime Minister's House.
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