Mudragada vows to continue struggle for Kapu reservations

Mudragada vows to continue struggle for Kapu reservations
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Kapu leader Mudragada Padmanabham who returned to his home at Kirlampudi from the Rajahmundry Government Hospital on Wednesday revealed that he was extremely disappointed with the way police behaved with his family members.

Kapu leader Mudragada Padmanabham who returned to his home at Kirlampudi from the Rajahmundry Government Hospital on Wednesday revealed that he was extremely disappointed with the way police behaved with his family members.

Mudragada who broke his hunger strike after 13 long days, alleged that his son was beaten by the police, dragged to the police station earlier and also that the police used cuss words against his daughter-in-law.

Nevertheless, the Kapu leader stated that he would not demand any action against the cops who resorted to such highhandedness but added that he would not celebrate any festival till his demands were met.

Mudragada asserted that he would not leave the fight for Kapu reservation even though he is considerably weakened and said that he would work under the leadership of the Kapu Joint Action Committee.

He stated that he would continue to fight for the Kapu cause as long as he lived.

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