AP T-Congress list to be finalized today
Publish Date:Mar 22, 2014
The AICC AP screening committee in session today to scrutinize and finalize the list of probable candidates for Andhra Pradesh Parliamentary and Assembly elections. The AICC meeting chaired by Vayalar Ravi will screen and finalize the list of probable telangana candidates for the forthcoming 2104 elections. The leader has previously said in January that not that every sitting MP will get a ticket indicating that there is a feeling in the party that by not repeating some of candidates can help it tide over the anti-incumbency against the 10-year-old UPA government. But in regard to Andhra Pradesh the situation could be different as it seems the sitting MLAs and MPs have more chances of making it to the list.
Damodar Raja Narasimha, Ponnala Lakshmaiah, Madhu yashki Goud, Gutta Sukhender Reddy, Uttam Kumar and Blaram Naik and few other leaders have gathered in Delhi to attend the meeting.
The AICC AP screening committee in session today to scrutinize and finalize the list of probable candidates for Andhra Pradesh Parliamentary and Assembly elections. The AICC meeting chaired by Vayalar Ravi will screen and finalize the list of probable telangana candidates for the forthcoming 2104 elections.
The leader has previously said in January that not that every sitting MP will get a ticket indicating that there is a feeling in the party that by not repeating some of candidates can help it tide over the anti-incumbency against the 10-year-old UPA government. But in regard to Andhra Pradesh the situation could be different as it seems the sitting MLAs and MPs have more chances of making it to the list.
Exercise begins for demerger of Andhra Pradesh Film, TV and Theatre Development Corporation (FDC), said its managing director BP Acharya. He said both governments agreed for demerger of the FDC that comes under Schedule 10, following recommendations of the Sheila Bhide panel. However, Minister for cinematography Talasani Srinivas Yadav said that the existing mode of operating of Telugu Film Industry will not be disturbed though it is dominated by people from Andhra Pradesh.
The agitation kick started by Hardhik Patel in Gujarat state demanding reservations for his Patel community spreads like a wildfire and takes violent shape. So far, nine persons were killed and several crores worth properties were damaged in the state, particularly in the state capital Ahmadabad city within couple of days of its commencement.
Generally, political parties speak differently when they were sitting in the opposition benches and after coming into power. TRS party is also not exceptional to this thumb rule.
Responding to a petition filed by veteran Olympic player Girisha, Karnataka high court issues a stay order today on Rajeev Khel Ratna Award declared for Tennis player Saia Mirza by Government of India few days ago.
Jagan Mohan Reddy staged dharna at Vijayawada on Wednesday. The purpose of his dharna is to make protest against government’s plan to take farmer’s lands using Land Acquisition Act. But, he reiterates his predictions about Chandrababu Naidu’s government collapse within three years and reveals how desperate he is to become Chief Minister of the state.
YSR Congress party president Jagan Mohan Reddy will be staging dharna near CRDA Office at Lenin Centre in Vijayawada from 10 am to evening 4 pm today in protest against statement government’s plans to take lands from farmers of Vundavalli, Penumaka, Bethapudi and some river front villages using Land Acquisition Act.
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu briefed the media about the details of his meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi held on Tuesday morning. He said that he has elaborately explained about the poor situation of the state and seeks Centre’s support for speedy development of the state.
BJP that ruled Karantaka state for nearly two decades has lost it to Congress party in the Assembly elections held in year 2013. But, now it once again clinched Bengaluru Municipal Corporation in the recently held elections from Congress hands by winning 100 out of 197 seats. The ruling Congress party has settled with just 75 seats, while the JDS got 14 and independents 8 seats.
Janasena president Pawan Kalyan during his recent visit to Penumaka quoting TDP MP Murali Mohan’s land issue said “If, the TDP ministers think that farmers of capital are can’t ask the statement government not to take their lands then what they would say about Rajahmundry TDP MP Murali Mohan who fought with late YSR government in Supreme Court and high court to retain his lands taken for outer ring road? When he can fight for his lands then why not the poor farmers of capital zone fight for their lands,” asked Pawan Kalyan.
Jagan Mohan Reddy is sitting for one day deeksha on August 26th in Mangalagiri mandal protesting forceful land acquisition by the government. He also gave a call for AP bandh on August 29th demanding special status for the state.
Janasena President Pawan Kalyan has appealed AP government not to be hasty in taking lands from the farmers of Vundavalli, Penumaka and Bethapudi etc. villages, who are unwilling to give their lands to the government for capital city construction.
Pawan Kalyan has strongly criticized AP Ministers Narayana, Ravela Kishore Babu, Yanamala Rama Krishnudu and Prattipati Pulla Rao in his speech addressing the farmers at Penumaka village in capital city zone yesterday. He said those ministers who are assuring the farmers today may not be seen in power if their party fails to retain power in the next elections.
Former Chairman of Tata group companies Ratan Tata arrived to Vijayawada today to meet Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu for chalking out action plan for development of 264 villages in Vijayawada parliament constituency under Corporate Social Responsibility program.