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BJP neglecting Titli cyclone affected Srikakulam
BJP government at centre is completely neglected Titli cyclone affected Srikakulam district and no central minister visited the area and not announced any aid so far accused AICC general secretary and AP state Congress party affairs incharge, Oomen Chandy
-AICC general secretary, Oomen Chandy accused
-Congress leaders visited cyclone affected areas
Srikakulam: BJP government at centre is completely neglected Titli cyclone affected Srikakulam district and no central minister visited the area and not announced any aid so far accused AICC general secretary and AP state Congress party affairs in-charge, Oomen Chandy.
He visited cyclone affected areas on Wednesday along with AP state Congress committee president, N.Raguveera Reddy, former central minister, K.Kruparani and others. Speaking on the occasion Chandy accused central government for not sending even central team so far to assess damage. He said that irreparable loss caused to farmers of coconut, cashew, mango, drumstick and so many people have lost houses.
We will report cyclone damage to Rahul Gandhi Chandy explained. We will put pressure on both central and state governments to get compensation on quick pace Chandy assured. Congress party and its workers will support Titli victims until they received good compensation from the governments assured N.Raguveera Reddy and K.Kruparani.