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TDP to intensify agitation against liquor policy

Party President lauds efforts of Roja against the belt shops

Vijayanagaram, June 19, 2008

The Telugu Desam Party (TDP) President N Chandrababu Naidu said that the party will create awareness among people on the government's policy and intensify its agitation. He lauded the efforts of Telugu Mahila president, Roja for her fight against belt shops said at a press conference on Thursday.

Naidu charged that the Chief Minister, Dr. YS Rajasekhara Reddy had once again launched a counter attack against his critics when in reality there was severe opposition from political parties and mass organizations particularly women against the government's promotion policy on liquor. On fertilizer shortage, he said the government lacked control over hoarders and black markets and added there was severe shortage in supplies.

Reacting over the naming of NTR over the proposed Aviation University at Begumpet, he suggested the name of Rajiv Gandhi as it would be appropriate since the former Prime Minister worked as a pilot and added that it was a practice to name international airports after local leaders.

Andhra Pradesh on June 19, 2008

APCC President says its doors are open for any party except TDP and BJP
Barely a day after Chief Minister, Dr. YS Rajasekhara Reddy said that the Congress was prepared to go it alone in the next elections, APCC President D Srinivas, on his part, came up with a statement that the door of the party are always open to all opposition parties except the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) and the Bharateeya Janatha Party (BJP).

TDP to intensify agitation against liquor policy
Party President lauds efforts of Roja against the belt shops

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