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.
Finally, the dilemma over sharing of IAS, IPS and IFS officers between two states is cleared after the Centre has issued a notification allocating officers to both states. However, which officer will be allocated to which government is yet to be known. Chief Secretaries of AP and Telangana states have requested the Centre to let the local officials serve in their same places.
The BJP has held a high-level meeting, attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, to discuss government formation in Delhi. BJP top brass split over delhi government formation.
Andhra Pradesh Municipal Minister P Narayana and state government’s official representative in New Delhi Kambampati Ramohan Rao have met Shivarama Krishnan Committee today at New Delhi and conveyed the state government’s opinion and preference over the location for building the new capital. Since, the minister has categorically stated that the government is keen to build the new capital between Vijayawada and Guntur cities probably they may conveyed the same to the committee members today.
Congress party’s failure to retain power at Centre is showing its adverse effects on the party. First, many of its leaders dare to blame Sonia and Rahul Gandhi for the party defeat, which stops them from taking charge of the party in the parliament. The elections effect further carried forward and betrays its chances to get leader of the opposition party status in Loksabha. Instead of feeling ashamed for its miserable situation, it is preparing for a legal fight with NDA government on this issue.
Ever since AP CM hints that he prefers to build the new capital city between Vijayawada-Guntur cities, the realty business in the surrounding areas triggered and there was sudden and steep rise in the land costs. Though, one may relate the increase to demand and supply formula, actually some realtors, politicians, big businessmen are behind this steep rise.
Some recent decisions taken by AP and Telangana governments’ are directly reflecting on each other. AP Government’s decision to increase the retirement age limit of the state government employees from present 58 to 60 years, had its effect on Telangana state government employees. They demand the T-Government to implement the same for them also, but T-CM KCR has promptly rejected.
As a part of two-day-district-visit program, AP CM Chandrababu Naidu will visit in Ananthapur district on July 24, 25th. Previously, he visited some villages in West Godavari for two days and interacted with the people and dwakra groups there. Now, he will meet people in Dharmavaram, Putaparthi and Kadiri constituencies. At the same time he will also hold meetings with district police, revenue and municipal officials and review the administrative situation.
The new Land Acuquisition act approved by the parliament during previous UPA government regime has becomes now a major hurdle in acquiring the lands for building the new capital city and for other infrastructure development activities for the AP government. According to the new act, government has to go through a very lengthy process to acquire the lands from private persons and the farmers that may take not less than a couple of years
Jagan Mohan Reddy argues that his darling enemy Chandrababu Naidu for winning the elections by making false promises to people, which he doesn’t want to do as he is very honest politician. He also admits that his over confidence of winning the elections also a reason for his party defeat. There may be several other reasons for his defeat, but it is true that his over confidence makes him ignore the changing mood of the public."
The cash strapped AP government is searching for alternate revenue resources, as it is not willing to tax the people any more. Hence, it has engaged KPMG consultancy agency to study and suggest the government all possible ways for generating additional revenue through various sectors.
Andhra Pradesh state cabinet meeting will be held by CM Chandrababu Naidu at his Camp Office in Lake View Guest house today. The meeting is very significant as it has to find out solutions for serious issues like crop loan waiver, budget deficit, land acquisition for various development activities and revenue resources for building the new capital, various development and welfare programs to be started across the state.
YSR Congress party may be vociferously speaking about crop loan waiver issue, but it never talked about fees reimbursement issue with which thousands of students badly affected. However, for the first time, it sent its MLAs Jyothula Nehru and Srinivasulu to the all party meeting convened by the AP government for discussing on this issue.
It was almost six months that Delhi went under President’s rule and the state Assembly was kept in sleep mode after its CM Arvind Kejriwal stepped down from power on February 14th on silly reasons. Hence, AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal is desperately trying to woo the Congress party to get its support. Two Congress MLAs have confirmed this news.