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Gutta opposes removal of Madhava Reddys name
Strongly opposing renaming of AMR-APARD as Telangana State Institute of Panchayat Raj and Rural Development (TSIPARD) by removing the name of Alimineti Madhava Reddy, Congress MP Gutta Sukhender Reddy on Wednesday demanded that the TRS government revoke its decision and rename the institute as AMR-TSIPARD.
Nalgonda: Strongly opposing renaming of AMR-APARD as Telangana State Institute of Panchayat Raj and Rural Development (TSIPARD) by removing the name of Alimineti Madhava Reddy, Congress MP Gutta Sukhender Reddy on Wednesday demanded that the TRS government revoke its decision and rename the institute as AMR-TSIPARD. Speaking to the media at his residence here, the Congress MP reminded that the State government had issued GO No 37, renaming AMR-APARD as TSIPARD.
“We have no objection, if the name of APARD is changed to TSIPARD, but completely removing the name of Alimineti Madha Reddy is painful,” Sukhender Reddy said. Pointing out that Madhava Reddy had served as Home Minister of united A P twice and died for the cause of protection of law and order, he said it was unfortunate that the State government had removed the name of Madhava Reddy from the Panchayat Raj and Rural Development Institute.
He suggested that the government should act responsibly and think twice while taking decisions on such sentimental issues. Stating that the people of Nalgonda were in the grip of fear due to series of encounters and terrorist activities in the district, Sukhender Reddy urged the government to act firmly for the protection of law and order. He conveyed his heartfelt condolences to the families of policemen Siddaiah, Lingaiah, Mahesh and Nagaraju, who died while fighting with SIMI terrorists in the district.