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TDP MP Yerran Naidu demands white paper on BC Welfare

Addressess conference on BC Garjana

Warangal, January 22, 2008

The Telugu Desam Party MP and politburo member K Yerran Naidu demanded the government to publish a white paper on the BCs welfare. Addressing a press conference here today on the eve of BC Garjana at Warangal, he said that the Chief Minister, Dr.YS Rajasekhara Reddy ditched the BCs completely.

He said nearly 1000 artisans committed suicide during the last four years while the government did not spent the budget earmarked for the welfare of the BCs. He sought to know the timing of constituting a sub-committee after the TDP announced BC Garjana. He said that the TDP party politburo will finalize a policy paper on BC welfare on Wednesday that includes reservation in Assembly and Lok Sabha, special package for the development of most backward classes, pensions to identified artisans and revival of Adarana scheme.

In a separate press conference, party senior leader G Butchaiah Choudary alleged that the relatives of the Chief Minister have been looting the State systematically. He even charged that the son of the Chief Minister, Jagan Mohan Reddy became an extra constitutional power.

Andhra Pradesh on January 22, 2008

TDP MP Yerran Naidu demands white paper on BC Welfare
Addressess conference on BC Garjana

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