United AP stir hits Tirumala, too
The heat of Samaikyandhra agitation is not even leaving temple town Tirumala. As all the unions of RTC are participating in the indefinite strike of...
Tirupati: The heat of Samaikyandhra agitation is not even leaving temple town Tirumala. As all the unions of RTC are participating in the indefinite strike of APNGOs which starts from August 12 midnight, all the buses will stop plying. Earlier, Tirumala was exempted from strikes but now, no bus will go uphill.
Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy’s remarks sparked rage both in Seemandhra and Telangana. Kiran Kumar Reddy was criticised for shredding crocodile tears after everything was over. Chandragiri YSRCP leader Chevireddy Bhasker Reddy arranged a poster with CM as crocodile in the centre of Tirupati, which was later removed by the police.
Local MLA Bhumana Karunakar Reddy held a dharna here on Saturday. He alleged that the CM was well aware of the State’s division three months earlier and it is pitiable that now he was giving statements that he (CM) is against the State’s division. Rallies, protests, agitations and relay hunger strikes are continuing in the entire Chittoor district.