Andhra Pradesh News on December 25, 2013
December 25, 2013 - Hyderabad
- 'Chalo Assembly' after Sankranti', says Ashok Babu
APNGOs president said in Srikakulam that the Samaikyandhra Parirakshana Samithi would take up 'Chalo Assembly' programme after Sankranti. He said that the movement will intensified form January 6 when the election for the new body of the Association would be completed and added that the agitation would continue irrespective of the panel that would emerge victorious.
- CPI (M) appeals leaders to participate in debate
CPI (M) State secretary BV Ragavulu speaking to reporters in Sangareddy urged the leaders of political parties of both the regions to participate in the debate instead of trying to stall the proceedings. He said that it would tantamount to dishonouring the President. He said that the Congress party has been creating confusion in the State as Telangana Congress leaders want the debate at the earliest; the counterpart leaders want to stall it. He also faulted on discussing the bill in three phases.
- Police detects Maoist dump
Police detected a Maoist arms dump in the deep forests of East Godavari district today, near Donkarai under Y Ramavaram police station limits (Rampachodavaram division) during regular combing operations. Officer on Special Duty Prakash Jadhav told reporters here today that the arms dump contained two country made guns, twelve rounds of ammunition, one generator and a lathe machine of the latest model.
- YSRCP chief to meet President Pranab on Thursday
YSRCP president YS Jagan Mohan Reddy will be meeting the President of India Pranab Mukherjee on Thursday morning at 11.30. He will lead a delegation consisting of party MLAs, MPs along with important leaders and will appeal him to keep the State untied. They would be submitting affidavits to this effect.
- Former Tadipatri Municipal Chairman Nagireddy joins YSRCP
Anathapuram district TDP leader and former Tadipatri Municipal Chairman P Nagireddy on Wednesday joined YSRCP in presence of party president Jagan Mohan Reddy. Some of the leaders are likely to follow suite said sources.