Andhra Pradesh News on December 7, 2013
December 7, 2013 - Hyderabad
- APRPV calls to main parties to form political JAC
Andhra Pradesh Rashtra Parirakshana Vedika has called upon the main political parties in Seemandhra-Congress, TDP and YSRCP to set aside their political differences for at least 60 days and form a Political JAC for the cause of opposing proposed bifurcation. Vedika leaders Justice P Lakshmana Reddy and V Lakshmana Reddy urged the political leaders to come on to the common platform to forcefully focus people's demand to keep the State united.
- Seemandhra bandh disrupts normal life on second day
Normal life was disrupted in several districts of Seemandhra region following bandh called by political parties and Samaikyandhra Parirakshana Samithi to protest the approving of draft bill for creation of Telangana State. In most places, leaders of TDP and YSRCP took out rallies and several were arrested by police. Most Government offices were closed, banks and insurance companies too downed their shutter.
- 'We will go to any extent to stop division', says Kavuri Sambasiva Rao
Union Minister Kavuri Sambasiva Rao speaking to media on Saturday said that Seemandhra MPs and Ministers would go to any extent to stop division of the State in a democratic manner. He said that he had walked out of the Union Cabinet meeting on December 5 after it decided the decision of division ignoring the concerns of Seemandhra region. He said that he had raised the issue of UT status for Hyderabad, merger of Bhadrachalam division in Seemandhra and how the idea of merging Kurnool an Anantapur districts in Telangana was dropped. He said that development in Seemandhra is confined to agriculture and the income is miniscule and that was why people were flocking to Hyderabad for employment. If the demand for UT is conceded by the Cabinet, Seemandhra leaders could have convinced the people that all was not lost, he said.
- Minor girl gang raped by five youths
Nizamabad: A minor girl at Ergatla village under Morthad police station limits was reportedly gang raped by five local youths three days ago but the crime came to light on Saturday with the girl's father lodging a complaint with the police. All the accused below 18 years were taken into custody and the victim was sent to medical examination and the investigation is on said the police.
- Missing women found murdered by her husband
Chittoor: Chandrakala of Daawai Kotha Palle village of Kuppam mandal who went on missing from her home from Thursday was found murdered in a forest location on Saturday. The woman's parents lodged a complaint alleging foul play by her husband and the police who launched a search for the woman and traced her found dead. Police said that her husband Balaji confessed to have committed the crime due to personal difference and he was sent for remand while the dead body to hospital for autopsy.
- Professor from Hyderabad murdered in Libya
An English professor from Hyderabad city working in Libya's north-eastern town of Ajdabiya was murdered by miscreants on Friday. According to family members, Mohammed Najmuddin was working at the University of Ben Ghazi's Ajdabiya campus for the past four and half years and was stabbed by miscreants after they looted his house outside the university camps.
- Fresh agitation by YSRCP for the cause of united State
YSRCP said on Saturday that it would intensify the agitation for keeping the State united from December 10. A statement from the party said that they would block highways on December 12. The Deputy floor leader Shoba Nagireddy said that ' With protests by all the integrationists going on for the past 130 days, the Party would intensify the agitation and involve people of all sections in the movement against the division of the state from December 10 onwards and the resentment will echo in Delhi," She said that on December 10, a protest rally of students and youth would be held and on 11, there would be farmer's tractor rally in all the 13 districts of Seemandhra.
- Actor Dharmavarapu Subramanyam no more
Comedy actor of Telugu film industry lost Dharmavarapu Subramanyam who died of lung cancer ailment on Saturday in a private hospital. He was born in Komminenipalem in Prakasam district. He was admitted to Geetha hospital in Chaitanyapuri in Hyderabad on Saturday and breathed his last at 10pm. He survived by two sons the elder one Sandeep is settled in business while the younger one Ravi Brahma Teja is pursuing his degree.