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Telangana survey kicks off

  • V.Hanumantha Rao, Telangana, Bandaru Dattatraya, K Chandrasekhar Rao

    Roads bear a deserted look as the Telangana Government begin the 'Intensive household survey' a day early in Hyderabad. The government has declared a public holiday on Tuesday. Besides government offices, cinema halls, malls, banks, hotels, fuel stations, other commercial establishments and industrial units will remain closed. Even publishers of various newspapers have given a holiday to their administrative staff.

  • V.Hanumantha Rao, Telangana, Bandaru Dattatraya, K Chandrasekhar Rao

    Telangana CM K Chandrasekhar Rao filing the application details for the survey at the CM camp office in Hyderabad. The chief ministers of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh and the governor of the two states were also enumerated in Hyderabad under the intensive household survey taken up by the Telangana government across the state Tuesday. Officials collected details from Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhara Rao and his family members at his official residence in Begumpet here.

  • V.Hanumantha Rao, Telangana, Bandaru Dattatraya, K Chandrasekhar Rao

    People providing details in Bathukamma Kunta in Hyderabad. About 400,000 employees of Telangana, including teachers and policemen, are involved in the massive exercise, according to an official press release.

  • V.Hanumantha Rao, Telangana, Bandaru Dattatraya, K Chandrasekhar Rao

    Bandaru Dattatraya M.P. BJP National Vice President filling the application details for survey on 19th August, 2014 at his residence in Ramnagar, Hyderabad. The survey will cover all the residents of Hyderabad, irrespective of their nativity. The Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) government has allayed apprehensions in some quarters that the survey is meant to target people from Andhra Pradesh. It clarified that there is no nativity column in the survey form.

  • V.Hanumantha Rao, Telangana, Bandaru Dattatraya, K Chandrasekhar Rao

    Hoarding carrying the message of 'Intensive household survey' in Hyderabad. Meanwhile, the entire government machinery is geared up for IHS. The first of its kind survey aims to enumerate all 86,85,000 households in the state on a single day. As many as 3,69,729 people, including policemen and students, have been pressed into service.

  • V.Hanumantha Rao, Telangana, Bandaru Dattatraya, K Chandrasekhar Rao

    Public filling the application details for survey in Hyderabad. The roads in busy areas like Khairatabad, Panjagutta, Ameerpet, Dilsukhnagar, Koti, Abids, Mehdipatnam and L. B. Nagar were completely deserted. Residents have termed the situation unprecedented as even the shutdowns called by political parties never evoked such a total response. Adding to this, thousands of families residing in Hyderabad headed to the native places in other parts of Telangana to participate in the survey. Even the patients in government-run hospitals took permission to visit their homes for the enumeration.

  • V.Hanumantha Rao, Telangana, Bandaru Dattatraya, K Chandrasekhar Rao

    Roads bear a deserted look as the Telangana Government begin the House hold survey a day early in Hyderabad. The survey caused much buzz in the past fortnight and all those who were away started rushing back to their native places from district headquarters, state capital and far off places like Surat, Chennai, Mumbai and Bangalore.

  • V.Hanumantha Rao, Telangana, Bandaru Dattatraya, K Chandrasekhar Rao

    V.Hanumantha Rao providing details for the survey at his residence at Amberpet in Hyderabad. The survey forum, already being handed over to residents since Sunday, seeks to obtain details on 18 aspects. These include LPG connection, income tax, bank account, property tax, Aadhaar card, vehicles registration numbers, agricultural land holding, PAN card and mobile phone.

  • V.Hanumantha Rao, Telangana, Bandaru Dattatraya, K Chandrasekhar Rao

    The city of Hyderabad bears a deserted look for the massive household survey. Normal life also came to a standstill in Karimnagar, Warangal, Nizamabad, Khammam, Nalgonda, Mahabubnagar, Adilabad, Medak and other towns in the state.

  • V.Hanumantha Rao, Telangana, Bandaru Dattatraya, K Chandrasekhar Rao
    Photos by K. Sudheer

    A deserted look in the city of Hyderabad. The usually busy roads in Hyderabad were empty as public transport and even autorickshaws went off the roads. The government has ordered Road Transport Corporation (RTC) not to ply a single bus across the state. Autorickshaws also stayed off the roads. People reaching at railway stations faced inconvenience. However, private cabs operated as usual.

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