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The third day of Telangana State Assembly is likely to witness heated discussions as the House will take up discussion on slain gangster Nayeem’s activities.
Under short discussion, the Assembly will take up issue of ‘Measures taken by the government against the criminal activities of Nayeem and his associates and to maintain law and order in the state.’The killing of naxalite-turned-ganster Mohammed Nayeemuddin alias Nayeem has generated heat in the state following allegations of involvment of politicians affiliated to almost all the major parties of the state in the gangster’s illegal activities.
The names of TRS leaders like MLC and deputy leader in the council Nethi Vidyasagar, TTDP MLA R Krishnaiah and some Congress MLAs and MLCs of Nalgonda district have cropped up in the investigation into the illegal activies of Nayeem. Some second rung



leaders of TRS and other parties were also arrested by the police in various cases related to Nayeem’s illegal activities in Nalgonda district.With the issue coming up for discussion, the ruling and opposition parties are likely to corner each other over the floor of the Assembly.
The discussion is likely to start with home minister Nayini Narasimha Reddy making a statement on the steps taken by his government after the encounter of Nayeem. The opposition parties want to turn the tables on the treasury by raising the association of several ruling party leaders with the gangster while the ruling party would take a similar stand in exposing the links of the leaders of other party leaders with Nayeem.
Another issue that is likely to generate heat is a question raised by MIM during the Question Hour. MIM raised the issue of revenue deficit in the state.

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