DRDO fires secretary for not supporting social audit
Kotagiri, Light: DRDO Chandra Naik fired at Swati, the secretary of Eklaspur GP in the mandal saying, ‘What about the village panchayat.. your home jagira..’ A public forum was held at MPDO office premises on Thursday on social audit conducted for a week in Kotagiri mandal on employment guarantee works. On Thursday, the DRPs read out the social audit report conducted in 15 GPs out of 28 GPs in the mandal. The audit revealed that the green plants planted in many villages are dying. In some villages, more than 80 percent of the plants have died. It is noteworthy that even though the plants are dead, their maintenance charges are taken. The DRDO was angry with the Panchayat Secretary who refused to stay in the GP instead of cooperating with the team of DRPs who came for the audit in Eklaspur. He warned that if he acts as he likes, he will be suspended immediately. While the report of 15 GPs will be read on Thursday, a public hearing will be held on the remaining 13 GPs on Friday. JDPTC Shankar Patel, MPP Vallepally Sunitha, West MPP Gangadhar, SP Tirupati, Incharge MPDO Maruthi, APO Ramana participated in the program.
I didn’t say that..
Secretary Swati stated that he told the people in his room to go to another room next to him as he had to give some certificates to the villagers and he did not say anything else. He said that he was busy with certificates on Monday and could not go on field visit with GP auditor on Tuesday. He said that MPDO permission has also been taken for this.
NAC team inspection completed in degree college
Kamareddy, Velak : The two-day inspection of the NAAC team at Kamareddy Art and Science College was completed on Thursday. Under the leadership of Jammu University VC Professor Manoj Dhar, Dharwad Professor Shivputra Patagundi, Dr. Khalil Ahmed from Mumbai inquired about teaching, non-teaching, NSSC, NSSC, career guidance and library in 15 departments. After inspecting the botanical gardens in the college, the measures taken to conserve rainwater and the infrastructure in the labs were inspected. Later a meeting was held with the college staff. Saplings were also planted in the college. Principal Dr. K. Kishtaiah, Vice Principal Chandrakanth, IQ AC Coordinator Dr. P. Ramakrishna and others participated in the program.
Fee reimbursement should be released
Kamareddy, Velak : ABVP district convener Gujjari Krishna demanded that the pending fee reimbursement and scholarship dues should be released. To this end, an effigy of the government was burnt at the new bus stand in Kamareddy on Thursday. On this occasion, he said that the students will get Rs. 3,800 crore is due. He expressed anger that the government is messing with the lives of students and unemployed in the name of water, recruitment and funding in the state. He said that eight years have passed since the formation of the government, but the sin of caring for the education department has not gone away. State working committee member Sanjay, zonal incharge Charan, Khalil, Sameer, Ajay and Sai participated in the program.
An investigation should be conducted on the misappropriation of funds
Nizamabad, Velak: A Rs. The members of the society demanded a full-scale inquiry into the 20 lakh goal mall. He asked to take action against the officers involved in irregularities. The farmers spoke in the general meeting held on Thursday under the chairmanship of Society Chairman Nageswara Rao. He said that the governance of the society continued from 2018 to 2020 under the supervision of special officers. They alleged that funds of around Rs.20 lakh were misappropriated during that time. They demanded a thorough investigation on this issue. Corporator Pramod, Secretary Vamsi, farmers and others participated in the meeting
BJP Diksha continued for the second day
Kamareddy, Velak: The protest started by the BJP, demanding that the collector respond to the land irregularities in Kamareddy constituency, continued on Thursday as well. Party Constituency In-charge Katipalli Venkataramana Reddy along with leaders and workers participated in the initiation. Speaking on this occasion, he accused the farmers of going around the Tehsildar and Collector’s office to solve the Dharani problems, but they do not care. He said that the poor and middle class farmers are being made to suffer by showing the patta lands as residential lands. He said that he does not care if the government lands are encroached upon. They said that the agitation will continue until the collector responds and takes action. Party District General Secretary Thelu Srinivas, Municipal Floor Leader Srikanth, Councilors Sujitha, Narender, Ravi, Praveen, Leaders Bharat, Sridhar Reddy, Pratap and Suresh participated.
Chain snatcher arrested in Nizamabad
Nizamabad Crime, Light: On Thursday, the police arrested the accused who stole gold jewelery from a house in Subhash Nagar under Nizamabad city police station. The details given by ACP Venkateshwar of Nizamabad are as follows. Konda Ganga in Subhash Nagar bewitched Lakshmi and stole the gold chain from her neck and ran away. The police who investigated the case arrested Tiwadi Ash (22) of Marwadi Gully, who was involved in the theft, seized the gold and sent him to remand. ACP congratulated SSI Naresh, staff Venkatram and officer who solved the case.
Sand smuggling should be stopped
Teaching, Light: The Congress leaders demanded to stop illegal transportation of sand from Manjira catchment areas. To this end, a dharna was held in front of the Tehsildar’s office on Thursday. On this occasion, Town Youth President Talari Naveen said that although some people were moving sand from Mandarna, Hunsa, Koparga and Khandgaon areas of Bodhan mandal at night, the police and revenue officers were not paying attention. He questioned how the illegals can get the sand that is not available for those building houses locally. The officers responded and warned that if they did not stop the transport of sand, they would stop the vehicles under the leadership of the Congress. After that, he handed over the certificate to Tehsildar Varaprasad. Minority Town President Kalim, STS President Ramakrishna, Wahid, Zaheer, Ismail and Balakrishna participated in the program.
The downfall of TRSS government has started
Nizamabad, Velak: BJP state executive committee member Dhanpal Suryanarayana said that the anti-people policies adopted by the TRS government are bringing them closer to downfall. He left Nizamabad Urban Constituency along with key leaders and activists for the concluding meeting of the fourth phase of Praja Sangrama Yatra. Speaking on the occasion, he said that seeing the popularity of the Praja Sangrama Yatra, it is certain that the BJP flag will fly in Telangana. He accused KCR of making many conspiracies to stop the Yatra. District General Secretary Potankar Lakshminarayana, Vice President Nagolla Lakshminarayana, Corporator Master Shankar, Madhu, Leaders Panchereddy Sridhar, Bhaskar Reddy, Vinod, Amand, Vijay and others participated in the program. BJP Ranks Moved to Yatra Pitlam, Velang: BJP state president Bandi Sanjay Praja Sangrama Yatra’s concluding meeting was attended by a large number of workers from Jukkal constituency. They went from six mandals in private vehicles on Thursday.
Complaint against Jalalpur GP
Varni, Light: Varni mandal president of BJP Shankar said that on Thursday, they complained to Hyderabad Panchayat Raj Commissioner to investigate the corruption going on in Jalalpur GP of Varni mandal of Nizamabad district. He said that they have complained to the DPO and Collector several times along with the villagers but they have not responded. Responding to this matter, the Commissioner said that he had reprimanded the DPO over the phone as to why he did not respond to the complaint in public. He said that he was ordered to give an explanation within a week. Among those who met the commissioner were Govardhan, Sailu and Ramesh.
Benefits of oil palm cultivation
Navipet, Light: MP Srinivas said that farmers can get high profits with oil palm cultivation. On Thursday, 12 farmers were taken from Nandigama village in the mandal to Ashwaraopet in Khammam district for training on horticulture. Speaking on this occasion, he asked the farmers to take advantage of this opportunity. He said that the government will give subsidies for oil palm cultivation. Farmers Sanjeev, Kishan Rao, Bhumarao and Rajanna participated in the program.
Kamareddy, Velak: ICICI Bank conducted campus selections at Kamareddy SRK Degree and PG College on Thursday. 271 students participated in the selection and 21 were selected. College Correspondent Jaipal Reddy said that campus selections will benefit the students. Students want to improve their communication skills. College principal A. Dattadri, representatives Madhusudan Reddy, Tirupathi Reddy, Sandeep, Bal Reddy, Kumar and Pranai participated.
BJP leaders visit the victim’s family
Sirikonda, Light: The son of senior BJP leader Janardhan Reddy of Kondur village in the mandal died less than a week ago. BJP Rural Incharge Dinesh and Ditchpalli MP Gadde Bhumanna visited the family members of the deceased on Thursday. They promised to stand by the victim’s family. They were accompanied by party mandal president Rajeshwar Reddy, Karka Ganga Reddy, Ranjith Reddy and Limbadri.
The murder of one in the suburbs of Kanakal
Tadvai, Light: ASI Sanjeev said that a person belonging to Kamareddy Godupalli was killed in Usirikaya Gadda area of Kanakal suburb of the mandal. According to his story, Fakir Shabbir (31) of Godupalli is working as a daily labourer. Shabbir left home at 9 am on 20th of this month and did not return. As a result, his wife Naseema lodged a complaint in the PS on 21st and a missing case was registered. On Thursday morning, the Tadwai police received information from the villagers of Kanakal that there was an unidentified dead body in the outskirts of their village and they went and made an inquiry and identified it as Shabbir. The police said that it was found that someone had hit him on the head and stomach. The case is being investigated based on the complaint of the deceased’s wife.