Hyderabad: Though the NDA government continues to be cagey about according special category status to Andhra Pradesh, the Telugu Desam Party does not seem to have taken a serious note of it during the three-day Mahanadu which began here on Wednesday.
The TDP has not included this issue in the list of the resolutions it has been introducing since yesterday. According to party sources, this issue does not figure even in the political resolution that would be introduced on Friday. At the most there may be a passing reference to it during the course of speeches on the resolution by party leaders.
Youth sore over lack of jobs, unemployment dole
Vizianagaram: Unemployed youth are fuming at the TDP government for failing to implement its pre-election promise of creating jobs and handing out stipend to them. They are particularly nursing a feeling of anger against the government because it has so for not even initiated steps towards fulfilling its promise.
A huge number of graduates and postgraduates have waited patiently with a fond hope that the government would fulfil its promise. But no positive signals are in sight so far, the youth bemoan. The youth recall that TDP president N Chandrababu Naidu, during his election campaign, promised to create at least one job in each family and pay stipend of Rs 1,000 a month, but the authorities have not yet taken any step towards this end.
On the contrary, the government is in fact scheming to terminate services of employees working on outsourcing arrangement. There is no notification so far to fill the vacancies in the government services. The youth are showing signs of disenchantment with the government promise to make Visakhapatnam as software hub not bearing fruit.