Mudragada should seek nod for padayatra: Home Minister
Deputy Chief Minister Nimmakayala Chinarajappa made it clear that the proposed padayatra by Kapu leader Mudragada Padmanabham would not be allowed without prior permission.
Amaravati: Deputy Chief Minister Nimmakayala Chinarajappa made it clear that the proposed padayatra by Kapu leader Mudragada Padmanabham would not be allowed without prior permission.
Speaking to reporters at his chamber at Secretariat on Wednesday, the home minister dubbed the padayatra proposed by Mudragada from Kirlampudi to Amaravati as a drama. He wondered why Mudragada did not fight for Kapu reservations, when he enjoyed power in the last 30 years.
Chinarajappa asserted that government was committed to Kapu reservations and constituted Manjunatha Commission to look into the issue. “The government has been making sincere efforts to solve Kapu reservations issue. We have given Sample Survey Data to the Manjunatha Commission to provide information about population in the state.
The committee will give its report soon and the government will take positive decision towards accord reservations to Kapus” he vowed. He also promised to constitute committees in all districts to enquire about the incidents of attack on journalists soon. He also said measures would be taken to lay road in all Agency areas in the state to create basic infrastructure for tribals in remote areas.