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Andhra Pradesh News on April 13, 2004

Police unearthed 3 PWG dumps

Chintapalli (Visakhapatnam)

The Police in the combing operations on Sunday and Monday unearthed three PWG dumps in Agency Gudem Kothaveedhi. In the first dump Police recovered 350-9 MM bullets, 500-303 rifle bullets, Weapon chargers literature, Olive green uniforms and in the second dump Audio and Video cassettes, PWG literature and in the third dump important dairies, hand mike etc., All these were shown to the press persons by Rural SP Sanjay Kumar Jain.

CEC wants check on liquor flow


In a swift action following a representation by anti-liquor agitation activists, the Chief Electoral Officer, M.Narayanarao asked the top officials of the Excise Department and District Collectors to contain liquor flow in the State on the eve of elections by tightening nuts and bolts in enforcement for free and fair elections.

TDP complains to EC against TRS chief


The Telugu Desam Party had lodged a complaint with the Election Commission of India against the language used by the TRS chief K.Chandrasekahararao while referring to the TDP president N.Chandrababunaidu. The spokespersons said the comments made by Mr.Rao were 'quite libelous in nature and amounted to character assassination' and hence went against the model code of conduct of the ECI.

Preparation on for peaceful elections


Elaborate arrangements have been made for peaceful conduct of the Assembly and Lok Sabha poll in the city limits on April 20th according the Commissioner of Police Mr.B.Prasadarao. Speaking to presspersons, he said 'the city extends over Visakha I, Visakha II and Pendurti Assembly constituencies. Of the 945 polling booths, 35 are considered sensitive and 74 are highly sensitive. Heavy bandobust would be made at highly sensitive booths'. To avoid any untoward incidents, 35 striking and 12 special striking forces have been formed. Check posts would be set up at 12 places to prevent outsiders entering the city limits. Prohibitory orders would be issued under Sec.144 Cr.PC at the polling booths 48 hours before the poll.

Nadendla Bhaskararao attacks Naidu for 'misuse' of power


The former Chief Minister and senior Congress leader Nadendla Bhaskararao on Tuesday cam down heavily on the Chief Minister N.Chandrababunaidu alleging that he was misusing the electronic media and wondered as to why the Election Commission was silent on this issue of gross power misuse. Speaking to newspersons, he said that Mr.Naidu had created a record of sorts in using helicopter.

Cases against three TDP men


The Tamsi police registered cases against three TDP workers for allegedly beating up Congress Supporters at Waddadi village in Tamsi Mandal on April 12th.

TDP rule has only befitted party cadres


The Former CLP leader Dr.Y.S.Rajasekharareddy said that the nine year old Chandrababunaidu Government helped Telugu Tammullu become rich and cheated all sections of society including women and farmers with its policies and programme. Addressing a large gathering at Cheepurpalli, Nellimarla and Vizianagaram as part of his Jaitra Yatra,Dr.Reddy said that the TDP rule had brought misery to all classes of society particularly farmers.

April 13 in History

Events and happenings on 13 April in History

13 April 2001
Highlights: Minister S Aruna inaugurates Primary Health Center.

13 April 2002
Highlights: Telugu New Year's Day Celebrated

13 April 2003
Highlights: Three naxals surrenders

13 April 2004
Highlights: Police unearthed 3 PWG dumps

13 April 2005
Highlights: Naxals couple surrenders in Kurnool

13 April 2006
Highlights: Couple committed suicide

13 April 2007
Highlights: Noted writer Vasireddy Sitadevi passes away

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