Ivanka trump gone: Hyderabad authority’s drive to make the city ‘beggar free’ seems to have hit a wall. Authorities removed hundreds of beggars from the streets in the run up to Ivanka Trump’s visit to the state capital but people seeking alms are back in business. Police in Hyderabad had last month proclaimed begging as an offence and banned people from seeking alms ahead of the November 28-29 visit to the city by the daughter of the US president Donald Trump. The government provided shelters where the beggars were lodged are now empty as beggars are back on streets.“Now, only 10 female beggars are left with us in the Cherlapalli shelter. In the Chanchalguda shelter, only 30 beggars are left. All the remaining left the within no time,” K Arjun Rao, superintendent of the Cherlapalli open-air jail and in-charge of the Anand Ashram shelters, said.
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