Andhra Pradesh News on November 25, 2017

TDP plea to Election Commission against Jagan Mohan Reddy

Kurnool:: The TDP will address a letter to the Election Commission urging it to bar Leader of the Opposition in Assembly YS Jagan Mohan Reddy who is an accused in several economic offences from heading the political outfit and derecognise the YSRCP according to TDP district president Somisetty Venkateswarulu. He said that Jagan’s name figured in Paradise papers and he owed an explanation on how he amassed wealth and admit his lapses.

Red sanders man held for alleged links with smugglers

Tirupati:: A person allegedly involved in mobilising people for red sanders smuggling was nabbed by the task force officials today. According to Task Force SP P.Ravi Shankar, the accused Murugan alias Muthu hailing from Chengam taluk in Tiruvannamalai district of Tamil Nadu was involved in mobilising people for smuggling red sanders and also arranging tree-cutting tools and provisions.

Ration cards to be linked to welfare schemes

Kurnool:: Ration cards will be issued to all the eligible beneficiaries I the next phase of the Janmabhoomi programme and will be linked to all the welfare schemes being implemented by the government. AP Civil Supplies Corporation Chairman M.Linga Reddy said. The corporation has been planning to procure paddy from farmers at the price fixed by the government.

Vice President for school centenary fete

Kurnool:: Vice President M.Venkaiah Naidu will take part as chief guest in the centenary fete of Anne Besant Municipal High School at Proaddatur on December 8 according to Kadapa District Collector T.Babu Rao Naidu.

Plea to make anti-defection law more meaningful

Nellore:: YSRCP MP Mekapati Rajamohan Reddy addressed a letter to the Prime Minister today seeking an amendment to the 10th Scheduled of the Constitution to make Anti-Defection Law more meaningful. He said that the presiding officers of parliamentary and legislative bodies should be asked to dispose of petitions regarding defections within 90 days to check misuse of the provisions to encourage defections. He said that in the past three years nearly 22 MLAs and 3 MPs had defected from the YSRCP to the TDP, regardless of the fact they won the last elections on YSRCP ticket.

SP opens additional class rooms

Vizianagaram:: SP G.Pala Raju today inaugurated two additional classrooms at Sarvani Police Welfare English Medium School which is run by the Police Department at Cantonment. Pala Raju said that additional class rooms were built wit the grants released by ZP. He thanked the ZP Chairperson Swati Rani and ZP engineering staff on the occasion.

B.Pharmacy results announced

Guntur:: B.Pharmacy examinations that were conducted in the jurisdiction of Acharya Nagarjuna University in July for first year second semester results were announced. The results can be had on . Those who wish for revaluation can do so before November 30 and the fee is fixed at Rs.1,210 per paper.

Panchayat secretary posts will be filled up through outsourcing

Nellore:: Around 6,000 Panchayat Secretary posts lying vacant in the State will be filled up through outsourcing said Panchayat Raj Commissioner B.Ramanjaneyulu. He held a meeting with the MPDOs and other officials. Promotions to the Panchayat Secretaries will be given shortly. A resource person would be appointed in every village for proper implementation of government welfare schemes, he said.

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