టీడీపీ ప్రభుత్వంపై రాష్ట్ర ప్రజలేమనుకుంటున్నారు? ప్రభుత్వం నుంచి వారు ఏం కోరుకుంటున్నారు?
హామీలు, ఎన్నికల మేనిఫెస్టోల వల్లే టిడిపికి అధికారం…
ఉమ్మడి ఆంధ్ర ప్రదేశ్ రాష్ట్ర విభజనానంతరం అవశేషాంధ్ర ప్రదేశ్లో టీడీపీ అధికార పగ్గాలు చేపట్టింది. టీడీపీ అధికారంలోకి రావడానికి రెండు అంశాలు ప్రధాన పాత్ర పోషించాయి. ఒకటి రాష్ట్ర విభజన తర్వాత లోటు బడ్జెట్తో ఉన్న ఆంధ్రప్రదేశ్ను తన పరిపాలనా సామర్ధ్యంతో చంద్రబాబు గట్టెక్కిస్తారని ప్రజలు భావించారు. రెండోది… ఎన్నికల మేనిఫెస్టోలో.. ప్రచారసభల్లో చంద్రబాబు గుప్పించిన హామీలు.
హామీలపై వివరణ కోరిన ఎన్నికల సంఘం..
మరి ప్రజల అవసరాలను తీర్చడంలో, హామీలను నెరవేర్చడంలో సీఎం చంద్రబాబు సక్సెస్ అయ్యారా? ఎన్నికల్లో ఇచ్చిన హామీలపై ఎన్నికల సంఘం కూడా బాబును వివరణ కోరింది. తాను ఆర్థికశాస్త్రం విద్యార్థినని, ఈ హామీలకు నిధులను ఎలా సర్దుబాటు చేయాలో, ఎలా రాబట్టాలో తనకు తెలుసునని బాబు చెప్పుకొచ్చారు. కానీ ఇప్పుడు మాత్రం ప్రజల అజెండా నుంచి ప్రభుత్వం పక్కకు తప్పుకుంటోందా అన్నట్లుగా ఉంది పరిస్థితి. దీంతో రేపటి నుంచి ప్రారంభం కానున్న అసెంబ్లీ సమావేశాలు హాట్ హాట్గా జరగబోతున్నాయి.
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party general secretary Ram Madhav’s assertion does not go down well with TDP
Kakinad: Letting a sneak-peak into the BJP’s thinking on the road ahead in AP,party General secretary Ram Madhav on Sunday said that henceforth all elections in the state on its own.
In the future, In all elections, BJP’s candidates will be in fray from local body to Loksabha elections.
Has Andhra Pradesh gone overboard in MoU with Singapore?
VIJAYAWADA: The MoU signed between the Andhra Pradesh government and the International Enterprise Singapore to build a world-class capital for the residuary state has raised many eyebrows as legal experts fear that too much cushion has been given to the Singapore government by absolving it of all legal binding, local and international, in case it fails to deliver the project.
VIJAYAWADA: Farmers in Tullur mandal in Guntur district, particularly those who own lands along Krishna river bank, are busy making preparations to hold a protest in case the 14-member capital committee led by Khoo Teng Chye, executive director of Centre for Liveable Cities in Singapore, visited the villages. The land is unique because 120 varieties of crops are cultivated in it.
Confusion mars farm loan waiver scheme on Day 1
The implementation of the farm loan waiver scheme began in chaos on Tuesday with several farmers complaining that their cases were not being entertained despite fulfilling the required criteria for the waiver. Lakhs of small and marginal farmers, who availed gold loans, found much to their chagrin that only a part of the loan was eligible for the loan waiver. Chief minister Chadnrababu Naidu had announced a few days ago that in the first phase of loan waiver, all loans which are less than Rs 50,000 would be cleared in full.
However, on Tuesday, when the farmers began verifying their loan status online, they discovered that out of the loan they availed, the state government had pegged the eligible loan amount on the extent of land and the kind of crop grown by the farmer. As a result, lakhs of farmers who were expecting the whole debt redemption for loans up to Rs 50,000 found that only a pittance was adjusted.
Spectre of hunger looms over Anantapur district
Unofficial reports show that at least 75 farmers committed suicide this year
With this, total number of suicides has gone up to 887 since 1998
Groundnut raised in 17 lakh acres dried up because of abnormally low rainfall
Tearful tales of farmers have not so far made any impact on the powers-that-be
The rivalry between Chief Ministers K Chandrasekhar Rao and N Chandrababu Naidu is set to intensify further as the Telangana government is planning to seek a CBI probe into land allotments to IMG Bharata and Emaar in Hyderabad during Mr Naidu’s nine-year rule earlier.
The Telangana government had recently decided to constitute two House committees to probe the alleged irregularities in land allotments during the Congress’ rule from 2004 to 2014.
However, it now wants to rope in the CBI to probe corruption allegations against Mr Naidu. The Telangana Cabinet is expected to approve the proposal soon, urging the Centre to order a CBI probe on alleged land scams in Hyderabad during Mr Naidu’s rule.
The Telugu Desam Party government had allotted 850 acres of prime land in the city to IMG Bharata in 2003 for a discounted price of just Rs 50,000 per acre though it was a caretaker government then. It had also allotted 535 acre of prime land to Emaar in 2001.
If the Centre fails to act on its request, the Telangana government is planning to move either the High Court or the Supreme Court seeking a CBI probe.
Six months after storming into power in Andhra Pradesh, the TDP government headed by Chandrababu Naidu is all at sea over the implementation of the farm loan waiver scheme. With YSR Congress president Jaganmohan Reddy threatening an agitation on the issue and the state government jittery over facing the opposition party during the assembly session scheduled to commence on December 18, chief minister Naidu has decided to announce a time-table for the implementation of the loan waiver scheme on Thursday.