Mudragada Padmanabham asks Chandrababu Naidu to get Governor’s nod for quota
Kapu Nadu leader Mudragada Padmanabham demanded restoration of job reservations to Kapu community through consent of State Governor
Kakinada: Kapu Nadu leader Mudragada Padmanabham demanded restoration of job reservations to Kapu community through consent of State Governor.
Speaking to media persons here at Padmanabha Function Hall on Friday, the veteran leader asked Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu to withdraw the earlier Assembly resolution which was sent to the Centre and make arrangements to get approval for the Act from the Governor with fresh move to provide reservations. ``We are not making any fresh demand, but revival of reservations to the community people.’’ he said.
Mudragada flays Chief Minister for barring CBI from Andhra Pradesh. If CBI is barred how the corrupt will be caught in the state?, he asked.
Mudragada questioned Chandrababu Naidu on how the situation will be, if a District Collector or MPP says that they do not want over all supervision of state administration as everything is all right in their respective areas.
As far as Kapu- SC sections relations, Mudragada said that the next meet will be conducted in Visakhapatnam on December 16 which will be attended by Prakash Ambedkar.
After the meet in Visakhapatnam, the meetings of two social sections will be conducted in all district head- quarters in state, Mudragada said. On the question of extending support to political parties including Jana Sena, he said that they have yet to take a decision on the issue. Kapu JAC leaders V Y Dasu, Uma Maheswari and others were present.