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2 injured after boulders fell off Indrakeeladri hillock in Vijayawada

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2 injured after boulders fell off Indrakeeladri hillock in Vijayawada

2 injured after boulders fell off Indrakeeladri hillock in Vijayawada

Two injured after boulders fell off the Indrakeeladri hillock in Andhra Pradesh's Vijayawada on October 21.

The incident occurred ahead of AP Chief Minister Jagan Mohan Reddy's visit to Durga Temple on the hillock.


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