He added “Even after making four representations to Deputy Chief Minister Mahmood Ali we were sent back every time saying there was no budget. “We then approached MP Asaduddin Owaisi, who gave a letter addressed to the Chief Minister and wanted us to meet the CM at the Secretariat. But we were not allowed to meet anyone there.”
Mr B. Anjaiah, who had lost three family members including his 14-year-old daughter in the blasts, said, “We are tired of running around officials. Hoping for a response from the new Chief Minister, we went to meet him at the CM’s camp office, but we were arrested and sent to the Sanathnagar police station.”
He added “Government had promised jobs, but nothing happened.”
It was a preventive arrest said Panjagutta police. The CM was in the camp office and since the group did not have an appointment and were trying to juncture a protest, they were arrested.