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Fake Paper Stamps Scandal
Sep 6, 2003: Former Minister arrested by Maharastra Police

Sep 7, 2003: Krishna Yadav sent to police remand

Sep 21, 2003: Krishna Yadav was suspended only after getting evidence - says Naidu

September 21 in History

Events and happenings on 21 September in History

21 September 2001
Highlights: Congress Members stages Walkout

21 September 2002
Highlights: CM reiterates that Govt. is ready for talks with Naxals

21 September 2003
Highlights: State Legislature sessions begins tomorrow

21 September 2004
Highlights: Visakhapatnam TDP Corporator gets bail

21 September 2005

21 September 2006
Highlights: Malaysian firm to set up power plant

21 September 2007
Highlights: Hyderabad Police arrests Ridwan Gazi for his involvement in twin blasts

State Legislature sessions begins tomorrow
The State Legislature will be meeting tomorrow for the rainy season discussion. BJP, Congress and left parties were getting their arsenal against the Government. CLP Leader, speaking to a private television channel said that they will highlight about the misappropriations and scams primarily followed by questions on the 'one crore boons' program. BJP, despite being maintaining good relationships with TDP seems to be keen on raising the fake stamp issue, Hyderabad becoming a centre for ISI activities and about the Krishna river water issues. The Telugu Desam Party Srategy committee met today at its party leader Chandrababu Naidu's house and decide on their plan.

CM calls for three state leaders meeting on Krishna water issue before going to tribunal
Chief Minister Mr. N Chandrababu Naidu felt that the three states should sit together before going to Krishna tribunal. He spoke with the press after returning from Bangalore where he met Karnataka Chief Minister SN Krishna. He said that he did not ask for free power supply directly. He said that Congress and some members from his party itself are making unnecessary politics with the issue and said that such things will not be tolerated.

Krishna Yadav was suspended only after getting evidence - says Naidu
Speaking on Krishna Yadav issue, Mr. Naidu said that all Mr. Yadav has said is that others were involved and that does not mean that TDP members were involved in the scam. He supported the party decision saying that the party has suspended him only after keenly listening to the take which showed his involvement. He said that action will be taken on any one involved in the scam.

CLP says Government hiding real culprits in fake stamp paper scandal
CLP Leader Dr. YS Rajasekhara Reddy, speaking at a public meeting said that the Government has intentionally put Krishna Yadav into scene and has diverted the media and hiding the real people involved in the fake stamp papers scandal that came out recently. He charged the Government saying that the case was intentionally denied for shifting the focus from the real people.

TDP leader escaped bid on life
TDP Leader in Dugyal and husband of village sarpanch Mr. Tirupathi Sudhakar Reddy escaped a bid on his life in Nalgonda when two naxals belonging to the People's War Group attacked him. They fired two rounds at him after Reddy ran into a house for protection.

Four injured as soft drink crates falls on an auto
Three women and the auto driver in which they were traveling escaped from an accident when crates from a soft drink van fell over them. The auto overturned due to the force at the National Highway 5 in Visakhapatnam.
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