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TITA pays tribute to children who lost lives in Medak accident

TITA pays tribute to children who lost lives in Medak accident
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TITA organized a candle light vigil from Hitex to Cyber Towers to commemorate the death of the little kids belonging to kakatiya techno school.

Telangana Information technology association (TITA) organized a candle light vigil from Hitex to Cyber Towers to commemorate the death of the little kids belonging to kakatiya techno school. Many IT professionals belonging to various companies came here to gather and participate in this candle light rally to pay tribute to those who lost their lives in the bus accident occured at Masaipet Rail Gate, Medak.

"We are deeply sadden to hear the death of more than 20 kids and we would like to present our deepest condolences to all Family members of the deceased and Our thoughts and prayers are with their families through this difficult time." said TITA Women's Wing Chair Bindu Muthangi.
"We express our solace to the families of deceased kids.This incident is unfortunate and tragic incident appears to happen due to negligence of the driver who forgot to take enough precautions on unmanned level crossing and also the Railways inattention towards the installation of gates after the repeated accidents at the same place. We demand central goverenment to fix up the railway gates as an immediate action." said TITA Treasurer Sreepal Gurrala.
"This incident has occured due to the negligence of railway management and proclaimed that the state government has fastened the rescue operations and the medical assistance was provided to all the injured kids. And, it has announced the 5 lakh rupee as exgratia to the families of the dead where as Railway minister Gowda announced an ex-gratia of Rs. 2 lakh only and we appeal central government to increase the ex-gratia and to take rigid action to prevent such accidents." Said TITA Joint Secretary Shashi Gundeboina.
TITA Women's wing chair Bindu Muthangi, TITA Treasurer Sreepal Gurrala, TITA Joint Secretaries Shashi Gundeboina, Naresh Yerrola Mudiraj, Sandeep Goud, Durga Bhavani, Phani Kumar K, Pashupathinath Gajawada, and others participated in the rally.

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