Andhra Pradesh News on June 15, 2014
June 15, 2014 - Hyderabad
- 'Old Airports will continue', says Union Minister Ashok Gajapati Raju
VIZIANGARAM: Union Minister for Civil Aviation P Ashok Gajapati Raju said that by creating new airports, the existing old airports will not be closed down. Speaking to press on Sunday in Viziangaram, he reminded that even after opening Shamshabad airport, the existing Begampet airport continues to handle normal work.
- Chandrababu to Delhi on June 26
HYDERABAD: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu will be leaving for New Delhi on June 26 to meet the Central Ministers along with the Prime Minister Narendra Modi. It is learnt that he is likely to put pressure for funds on the Centre along with deficit budget and special status issue for the State.
- 'Chandrababu had given impracticable promises', says CPI Narayana
TIRUPATI: CPI national executive committee member K Narayana on Sunday said that the TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu had given impracticable promises to the people. He said that Naidu on the day of oath taking has signed the file constituting a committee for loan waiver instead of Loan waiver file. He demanded both the TDP and TRS to implement the promises given to the people at the time of election. He said that the party will be complaining to the Election Commission over impracticable promises given by these two parties after a thorough study. He suggested to government to run the liquor shops on lines of the Tamil Nadu Government.
- 'We will make agriculture profitable', says Minister Pulla Rao
GUNTUR: Minister for Agriculture and Marketing Patti Pulla Rao speaking at the party office on Sunday said that they will make agriculture as profitable in the coming five years. The minister said that steps would be taken to handle shortage of seeds and fertilizers in the coming Kharif season. He said that he would conduct review meetings with the higher officials on June 17 and 18. Stern action would be taken who indulge on corrupt practices especially those deals with the sales of seeds and fertilizers. Pulla Rao said that a report on the modalities of loan waiver would be submitted to the government by June 22 and action in this direction would be taken.