Andhra Pradesh News on October 10, 2017

Pradosh Kumar Rath takes over RINL director

Pradosh Kumar Rath took over as director (operations) at RINL, Visakhapatnam on Tuesday. Prior to his elevation, he was working as the Executive Director (works) in RINL. Company’s CMD P.Madhusudan congratulated him on his elevation. He joined RINL as a management trainee in 1983 and had worked in various capacities before being elevated.

Nannapaneni decries Roja remarks

AP Mahila Commission chairperson Nannapaneni Rajakumari on Tuesday condemned the statement of YSRCP MLA Roja on the atrocities against women in the State. At a media conference, she said that Roja had no right to comment on Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu as she had neither visited the victim of abuse nor paid any compensation. Instead, Roja only reacts whenever there were incidents in Narayana colleges.

Police foil ‘Chalo Vamsadhara

Srikakulam:: Senior leaders of left parties including CPI(M) State president P.Madhu and CPI State secretary K.Ramakrishna and others were arrested when they were proceeding to meet the Vamsadhara project displaced families as part of the ‘Chalo Vamsadhara’ agitation today. The police foiled the attempts of the opposition parties which wanted to highlight the forcible eviction of the families from villages of Hiramandalam and Kotturu mandals. Despite ban orders under Section 144, the leaders reached seven road junction of Srikakulam on Tuesday morning. YSRCP leaders also extended their support to the agitation.

Chandrababu Naidu approves extension of MoU with Singapore University

Vijayawada:: Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu has approved the extinction of MoU with National University of Singapore and the Confederation of Indian Industry. Demonstrating the working of the government portal, he showed the delegation the real-time governance system that is already working towards monitoring and grievance redressal.

Jagan to undertake padayatra from November 2

Anantapur:: YSRCP president YS Jagan Mohan Reddy addressing the ‘Yuva Bheri’ here announced that he would be undertaking pada yatra covering 3,000 km in six months. He said that the padayatra would begin from Idupulapaya to Chittoor to Itchapuram. He said that during the period of his padayatra, the job of organizing Yuva Bheri will be entrusted to the local MLAs and constituency coordinators. He said that Jagan only cannot do anything without the cooperation from all sections in respect of achieving the demand of special category status to the State.

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