Kiran kumar reddy press meet on telangana development

Kiran Reddy sworn in as Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister

kiran kumar reddy press meet on telangana development

Kiran Kumar Reddy sure knows a thing or two of the heartbeat of Telangana people. Playing to the gallery at an election meeting here on Wednesday, the. News; /; City News; /; Hyderabad News; /; Centre will take call on poor, Kiran Kumar promised to develop the backward regions in Adilabad in the. "If the country has developed and the state remained unified it is only due to Indira Gandhi," Andhra Pradesh CM Kiran Kumar Reddy. Hyderabad: Kiran Kumar Reddy was sworn in as the new Chief At a press conference on Wednesday afternoon, Rosaiah said his age makes.

Re-runs of the same show did not carry the controversial parts. He conducted his Odarpu Yatra - a tour of the state and a show of strength, - in open defiance of the party which had ordered him to cut short the road show. Congress decides not to penalise Jagan The new chief minister takes over as the state waits with considerable tension for a report on whether it should be bifurcated.

Telangana has been campaigning for statehood - the Union government agreed to that last December after different political parties expressed their support for a Telangana state.

kiran kumar reddy press meet on telangana development

However, they changed their minds after leaders from non-Telangana regions expressed their discontent with the bifurcation. The Centre then set up the Srikrishna Commission to investigate whether there's consensus within the public and political parties on the issue.

kiran kumar reddy press meet on telangana development

The Commission is expected to share its report in December. Those in Telangana have organized several protests, some of which ended in violence, to insist that the government agree to a new state. NDTV Beeps - your daily newsletter. Telangana has been campaigning for statehood - the Union government agreed to that last December after different political parties expressed their support for a Telangana state.

However, they changed their minds after leaders from non-Telangana regions expressed their discontent with the bifurcation. The Centre then set up the Srikrishna Commission to investigate whether there's consensus within the public and political parties on the issue. The Commission is expected to share its report in December. Those in Telangana have organized several protests, some of which ended in violence, to insist that the government agree to a new state.

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NDTV Beeps - your daily newsletter. This is making Kiran Reddy sit pretty and redraw his priorities in governance. The chief minister has in recent weeks made additional allocation of funds for development his native Chittoor district and augmenting the irrigation infrastructure needs of Seemandhra.

What is more he is considering the grant of sops to government employees including the regularization of the 66 day strike period of the Seemandhra employees and the service of the contract employees and issue of health cards.

Kiran Kumar Reddy to be sworn in as the next Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister

The Chief Minister is also travelling intensively in the region. He travelled to five of the 16 districts that were pounded by the early spells of the North East monsoon, before Deepavalli.

The loss of property in nine of the 16 districts battered by the torrential rains was put at Rs. Nalgonda, which has borne the brunt of the calamity accounted for the highest of Rs. Kiran Reddy's tour of these rain ravaged districts is ostensibly to make a first - hand appraisal before seeking liberal assistance from the central government.

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Congress President Sonia Gandhi's proposed aerial tour over the rain devastated areas on November 2 may be a boost to the hope of getting substantial help from Delhi. At the same time, the chief minister is using his district tours to improve his image, keep grass root contacts and the rural connect alive in case he decides to launch a new party.

Several Seemandhra MLAs having lost hope of returning to the assembly on a Congress ticket are mounting pressure on Kiran Reddy to float a new party and revive their fortunes.

Kiran Reddy has no option but to look to form his own party to ensure his own political survival. But, given his political past, he may not muster support to push that far. But, for the moment, several disgruntled Congress leaders are throwing in their weight during the consultations with the Group of Ministers which has been set up to work out the implementation of the decision to form Telengana.