'12-hour power cut only in AP'
A BJP leaders' fast enters second day Hyderabad: Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) 'poru deeksha' against...
A BJP leaders' fast enters second day Hyderabad: Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) 'poru deeksha' against the hike of power charges and power crisis affecting the State entered second day on Sunday. A Politicians and members of various public organisations made a beeline to Old MLA Quarters to express their solidarity with the three fasting legislators- G Kishen Reddy, Yendala Lakshminarayana and Yennam Srinivas Reddy. BJP senior leader M Venkaiah Naidu, who visited Old MLA Quarters on Sunday evening, pointed out that the State had turned into 'andhera pradesh' because of the ineffective Congress administration ruling the State. He said, nowhere in the country power cuts were being imposed for 12 hours per day. On the contrary, BJP ruled states were supplying 24 hours power even in villages, Venkaiah Naidu added. Nagam Janardhan Reddy (Telangana Nagara Samithi), MLCs K Dileep, K Nageshwar, Prof. Kodandaram, Dr Narsaiah, K Raghu (TJAC), Dharma Reddy and Nagaraju (Telangana Lok Satta) were some of the leaders who visited the venue. Left leaders A extend support A left delegation comprising K Narayana, S Veeriah and others called on the fasting BJP leaders. Appealing to all opposition parties to join in fight against the Congress government on power crisis, Narayana said the Chief Minister should leave his adamant attitude. Huge response to A BJP's Yatra Meanwhile at another party meeting M Venkaiah Naidu said, 'Praja Chaitanya Yatra' in the parliamentary constituencies of the State is getting a huge response from the public. The party senior leader said that the first phase of the yatra was held in Secunderabad, Guntur, Karimnagar and Anantatpur. He informed that the next stops of the yatra would be in Bhimavaram (April 6), Rajahmundry (April 7), Visakhapat- nam (April 8) and Mahbubnagar (April 13). "The yatra was designed to gauge the mood of the public in all the three regions of the State. As part of this programme, interactions were being conducted with people from different sections of the society like businessmen, doctors, lawyers and government employees. Besides expressing ire against UPA government, public are posing questions about Narendra Modi's chances as NDA's prime ministerial candidate," the BJP leader stated.
21 Oct 2019 8:15 PM GMT