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Hyderabad: All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen president and Hyderabad MP inaugurated the development works in the Yakutpura Assembly constituency with the cost of 27 crore 77 lakh 67 thousand. A celebration is witnessed, when Barrister Asaduddin Owaisi arrives in Yakutpura Assembly constituency. 

Barrister Owaisi inaugurated the programme from Dabeerpura Division under Tahsildar Office, Charminar Mandal at 2 pm, it continues till six and half hours. The inauguration programme ended at 8-30 pm. Barrister Owaisi has visited the areas in all Dabeerpura Municipal Divisions, Pathergatti, Mughalpura, Talab Chinchalam, Rein Bazar except Santoshnagar Municipal Division and during the visit he met with the people. People garland him during the visit. Barrister Owaisi met the people and enquired about their local area problems. Women come out of their homes and welcome Barrister Owaisi and



bless them.

Barrister Owaisi visited to these areas along with Janab Mirza Riyaz ul Hassan Afandi MLC, Janab Alamdar Hussain Wala Jahi Dabeerpura Corporator, Janab Syed Sohail Quadri, Pathergatti Corporator, Mrs Nasreen Sultana, Moghalpura Corporator, Dr Sameena, Talab Chinchilam Corporator, Janab Abdul Wasay, Rein Bazar Corporator, Janab Mohd Muzaffar Hussain, Santoshnagar Corporator,Janab Shifayat Ali, Kurmaguda Corporator, Janab Yasar Arfat, Majlis leader and incharge Yakutpura constituency, Janab Mirza Rahmat Baig, Incharge Majlis Rajendra Nagar, Janab Abdus Salaam Shahid, Chawni Corporator, Janab Sheikh Shakeel Mahmood, former Corporator, Ibtedai Majlis presidents, well wishers, Majlis members and local area people were present. Janab Syed Ahmed Pasha Qadri, Yakutpura MLA could not attend the programme due to ill health. 




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