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December 5, 2010 in Andhra Pradesh


December 5, 2010 - Hyderabad

  • Chief Minister Kiran Kumar Reddy begins his tour in Rangareddy. Heavy security in place.
  • TDP demands Government to hold winter sessions of Assembly for at least 15 days.
  • Member of Parliament Rayapati Sambasiva Rao to quit politics.
  • Heavy Rains are expected in the next 24 hours in Coastal and Rayalaseema regions of the state. Fishermen were warned not to go fishing in the next 24 hours. Scattered showers are expected in some areas of the telangana region.
  • Manda Krishna Madiga has been arrested by the Abids Police today. A case has been registered on Manda Krishna Madiga and Bhaskar under sections 153 and 188. As per the sources, after concluding the 'Madiga Yuddhaberi' in Hyderabad last night, Madiga and several MRPC leaders have tried to reach the CM's residence. The police have arrested him as a precautionary measure.
  • Finance Minister Anam Ramanarayana Reddy said that Congress will fulfill all promises made prior to the elections. He said that all development programs will be carried out without negligence.
  • Former Kadapa MP YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has reached Chennai today. He was accompanied by his mother YS Vijayamma. He refused any questions from the media and said that his visit is completely personal. As per the sources, Jagan came here to visit a hospital for checkup.
  • Senior Congress leader Gone Prakash Rao said that former MP Jagan Mohan Reddy will become a great leader. He felt that it is unfair to cause troubles to the ‘Odarpu Yatra’. He recalled that even Indira Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi have left Congress in the past.
  • Mala Mahanadu Leader and MLC Jupudi Prabahakar Rao met with other Ministers from Mala community J Geeta Reddy, P Shankar Rao and P Viswaroop.
  • The Telangana leaders from the Telugu Desam Party will meet at 11 am today at NTR Trust Bhavan to discuss their future course of action for December 9 and December 23. The Telangana statehood movement gained momentum on these days last year. The programs that have to be organized will be discussed in the meeting.
  • The police has deployed more forces today in sensitive areas of Hyderabad including 'Patha Basti'. The restrictions will be applied till day after tomorrow by the police.
  • MRPC activists have burnt the effigy of Chief Minister Kiran Kumar Reddy at Ram Nagar, Hyderabad. They shouted slogans against the Chief Minister.
  • Former Chief Minister K Rosaiah has unveiled the state of Congress Leader late Parvataneni Upendra at Road No. 1 in Banjara Hills, Hyderabad. PRP Chief K Chiranjeevi, CPI State Secretary Narayana, CPM State Secretary Raghavulu, BJP senior leader Venkaiah Naidu and TDP Senior leader K Yerranaidu took part in the event.
  • Senior leader of the BJP Venkaiah Naidu called on the people to remain united for the sake of development in the state. He suggested the Government to allocate 25% of the funds for the Education and Health of the people in the state.

  • Resigned Tourism Minister Vatti Vasanth Kumar has left to Delhi to meet Congress President Sonia Gandhi. Congress MLA Gummadi Kuthuhalamma will leave tomorrow to meet Sonia.
  • The staff nurses at MGM Hospital in Warangal are continuing their protests for the second consecutive day. 9 nurses have climbed a water tank demanding that the Government should issue a written assurance to regularize their contract jobs.
  • As many as 1000 journalists are going on a rally to Hyderabad. 'Chalo Hyderabad' is being held demanding the Telangana Bill to be introduced in the Parliament.
  • The Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam will begin selling of Lord Venkateswara Calenders from today onwards. Speaking to the media, TTD EO Rajendar told that each calendar will cost Rs. 75. The calendars are also sold at Balaji Bhavan in Himayatnagar, Hyderabad.
  • 20 tolas of Gold has been stolen from various houses at Vishnupuri Colony in Malkagari, Hyderabad last night. The police are investigating the theft.

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