Andhra Pradesh News on December 10, 2013
December 10, 2013 - Hyderabad
- SPV to protest 'Digvijay Singh's visit on Thursday
Samaikyandhra Parirakshana Vedika leaders and activists will stage protest against the visit of AICC general secretary Digvijay Singh. Vedika Chairman P Ashok Babu said that the supporters have decided to take protests 'Digvijay Singh go back' on December 12 and added that they suspect his visit to the State is to convince the Congress MLAs to vote in support of the bifurcation. The Vedika has appreciated the State MPs who issued notice of no-confidence. He wanted the Congress and TDP to vote in favour of the no-confidence motion in the Lok Sabha. He said that those not supporting the no-confidence will face the irk of the people including social boycott.
- Fire accident in jute mill causes loss of Rs. 10 lakh
Fire broke out in Sri Bajrang Jute Mills Limited in Guntur in the early hours of Tuesday caused a loss of nearly Rs.10 lakhs. The general manager of the mill said that it occurred in preparatory block around midnight and some raw and process jute was reduced to ashes AP State Disaster Response and Fire Services department authorities filed a case against the Mill u/s 31 and 32 of AP Fire Services Act of 1999.
- TRS may not join all-party delegation on KWDT-II
TRS leader Vinod Kumar said that the party may not join the all-party delegation to the Prime Minister on KWDT-PP and a decision would be taken by party chief Chandrasekhara Rao. Speaking to media on Tuesday, he said that they would raise issues related to Krishna waters before the KWDT-II when Telangana State formed He said that the State Reorganization Bill has provision t enable the new State to raise water allocation issues.
- Term of three members of GAD extended
The State Government on Tuesday issued orders extending the term of three members of the Commissionerate of enquires in the General Administration Department three months prior to the completion of their service. The term of the three officers will end only on March 1, 2014 and the government has decided to give former IAS officer Premchand, former IPS officer Alok Srivastava and ex-state service officer K Sahadeva Reddy by two years with effect from 2 March, 2014.
- Three officials in ACB net
Three officials – District TB control officer, a work inspector in housing department and a senor assistant were caught red-handed while take bribe by the ACB officials in separate incidents. According to a release, District TB Control officer, Eluru, was caught when he demanded and accepted a bribe of Rs.20,000 from a senior supervisor of TB Centre, Tanuku for an official favour. In another case, a work inspector (outsourcing) house department, Madakasira, Anantapur district was caught while taking a bribe of Rs.5,000 for processing the payment of house construction under Indiaramma scheme and in another one a senior assistant of Social Welfare Office at Kadapa was caught after he took a bribe of Rs.2,000 for processing the increment file of a complainant
- Software Engineer found murdered
Chandrasekhar Goud, a Software engineer was found murdered near a road side in Tandur town in Ranga Reddy district according to police. Based on information that the photograph of a person's body was posted on a social networking website, the SR police investigated the matter. The police found that the victim had gone missing three days ago. Police sources said that Goud's brother-in-law Arun Kumar had got him killed by hired assailants for forcibly divorcing his sister. The SR Nagar police solved the case with the help of an MMS clip found on Arun Kumar's mobile phone which the killers ha sent as proof that the deed had been done. Meanwhile, three people taken into custody by the police in connection with the incident are being interrogated.
- 'Psychopathic' youth kills seven year old girl at Secunderabad railway station
T Priyadarshini a seven year old girl was killed after a youngster indiscriminately attacked her with a knife on platform no.10 at the Secunderabad railway station on Tuesday. The girl along with her paternal grand-mother had come to the railway station to go to their relative's house in Sholapur to attend a marriage. When the girl's father went to buy ticket at a nearby counter, the attacker K Karan Kumar reportedly suffering from psychological disorders suddenly sprung on the girl, caught hold of her hands and started attacking her with a knife. The police rushed the girl to nearby Gandhi Hospital where the doctors declared her brought dead.