The Y S jagan Mohan reddy government in andhra pradesh made yet another startling decision on Saturday, causing even more commotion than the government order (GO No. 1) outlawing public demonstrations, roadshows, and meetings in narrow roads, public spaces, state and national highways.

The telugu desam party president N chandrababu naidu held public rallies in Kandukuru town in nellore district on december 28 and in guntur town on january 1, during which eight people died in stampede-like circumstances and 11 others perished. The jagan government ordered a judicial inquiry into the deaths.

State Chief Secretary K. S. jawahar reddy said in a late-night gazette announcement that retired State high court Judge Justice B. Seshasayana reddy would serve as the chairman of the panel of investigation. In the notification, jawahar reddy stated that the government felt it was important to create a commission of inquiry under Section 3 of the Commission of Inquiry Act, 1952, to look into the happenings that were of public interest.

The retired judge will look into what caused the stampedes that occurred during Naidu's rallies and resulted in the deaths of 11 people—eight at Kandukuru on december 28 and three at guntur on january 1—by probing the circumstances.

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