Addressing an online meeting of TDP’s elected representatives and village committee in-charges, Naidu claimed that ever since Jagan was elected the CM, he only promoted his own companies and was robbing the state of its natural resources.
Sources in ruling YSR Congress Party said many TDP leaders will face the heat as the government opens investigations into contracts, business dealings, land purchases and irrigation projects during the Naidu government's tenure.
In its complaint at Anantapur Town police station, the AP Road Transport Authority has alleged that Reddy had purchased 103 buses as scrap but later converted them into regular buses for commercial services.
At least three lawyers appointed as the Andhra Pradesh government’s pleaders resigned Friday following a string of High Court orders that went against the government. The three lawyers — G Sateesh, Habib Shaikh and P Rao — sent in their resignations Friday, saying they were stepping down on personal grounds. Their resignations were immediately accepted […]
ESIC scam: The main accusation is that three former directors of Insurance Medical Services, which implements the ESI scheme, made purchases from firms which were not empanelled with the government or Non Rate Contract firms.
“I signed up to treat Covid patients but I don’t want to become the target if someone dies. I can understand the anger of a deceased’s family members, but the government should take that into consideration and provide adequate protection to us," a doctor said.
All mining activity in the State is being done with the permits given during the previous government and no new licences were provided. “Chandrababu is unnecessarily politicising every minor issue and making false accusations,” Ramachandra Reddy said.
On April 9, Dr Sudhakar Rao, an anesthetist at Narsipatnam Area Hospital in Visakhapatnam district, was suspended after he accused the government of not providing N95 masks and personal protection equipment to doctors.
Congress MP from Malkajgiri A Revanth Reddy had filed a petition in the NGT stating that Rao had built a luxury farmhouse with a swimming pool in 25 acres in the prohibited bio-conservation zone in the catchment area of Osman Sagar lake.
Speaking on the occasion, Vice Admiral Atul Kumar Jain stated that the commissioning of this plant demonstrates the commitment of Eastern Naval Command towards conservation of the environment and eco-friendly measures.
This is the second major setback for the AP Government. Last week, the AP High Court had directed the government to reinstate former intelligence chief A B Venkateshwara Rao who was suspended on allegations of corruption.