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Veepanagandla, Light: The CPM, Congress leaders and the villagers were angry that the contractor was acting negligently in the matter of Vepanagandla-Govardhanagiri BT road works. On Wednesday, people’s representatives coming to Veepanagand for the distribution of pensions were stopped and staged a dharna. They complained that they are not doing any work after sanctioning the road and they are facing serious problems with potholes and gravel road. Meanwhile, when the police tried to take the protesting cars aside, there was tension. At the same time, MLA Beeram Harshvardhan Reddy reached there and raised slogans to take action against the contractor. The responding MLA spoke to the contractor over the phone and warned that the tender would be canceled if the work was not completed within a week. Leaders Ishwar, Jakkula Asanna, Nakka Anjaneyulu, Ramakrishna, Srinu, Raman Goud, Narasimha, Venkata Reddy, Nakka Vishnu, Ellaiah Shekhar Reddy, Ravinder Reddy, Narasimha and Chinna Oosanna participated.

First salary for school..

A constable who donated a water filter

Marical, Light: Constable Ramanjaneyu from Thileru in the mandal spent his first salary for the school he attended. A water filter was installed in the primary school of the village with Rs.25 thousand. It was inaugurated by CI Ramlal and SS Ashok Babu on Wednesday. CI suggested to provide some kind of help to the school where Ramanjaneyu was inspired. MPTC Sunitha, Upasarpanchi Bazarappa, villagers Ashok Kumar and Ravikumar are there.

Corruption in Srirangapur Mahila Samakhya

Srirangapur, Velak: MPTC Ellaswamy alleged that there is corruption in Srirangapur Mandal Samakhya. General body meeting was held under the chairmanship of MPP Gayatri Prithviraj on Wednesday. On this occasion, Tatipamula MPTC Parvathamma brought to the attention of the meeting that the bookkeeper had paid Rs. 1.70 thousand for the women’s association in his village. Officials said that they have already held discussions on this issue. Srirangapur MPTC Ellaswamy said that the same situation exists in all the villages of the mandal along with palm snakes. Mandal Samakhya officials were angry that they were acting in a selfish manner. They demanded immediate investigation and suspension of the responsible officials.

Farmers march for rails

CPM and public organizations supported

Kolhapur (Nagarkurnool), Velam: The farmers of Molachintala Palli and Asmatpur of Kollapur Mandal are angry that the lands they have been cultivating for 60 years are being neglected. On Wednesday, under the auspices of CPM and Rythu Sangam, about 150 farmers traveled 16 km to Kolhapur. The march was organized. Former MLA Nandyala Narsimhmareddy, CPM district secretary Vardanam Parvatalu, John Wesley, Sivavarma, Srinivasulu, Tarasingh and Shankar Naik led the Kolhapur RDO together. On this occasion, they said that while the Kollapura kings had 1000 acres of land at Molachintala Palli and Asmatpur, 600 acres were submerged in the Krishna. He said that 150 farmers have been cultivating 400 acres for 60 years. The forest officers and revenue departments on one side and the royal family on the other hand argued that these lands belong to them.. and accused them of doing injustice to the farmers. He warned that the farmers should be given the reins immediately, otherwise the movement would be intensified.

Corruption in Srirangapur Mahila Samakhya

Srirangapur, Velak: MPTC Ellaswamy alleged that there is corruption in Srirangapur Mandal Samakhya. General body meeting was held under the chairmanship of MPP Gayatri Prithviraj on Wednesday. On this occasion, Tatipamula MPTC Parvathamma brought to the attention of the meeting that the bookkeeper had paid Rs. 1.70 thousand for the women’s association in his village. Officials said that they have already held discussions on this issue. Srirangapur MPTC Ellaswamy said that the same situation exists in all the villages of the mandal along with palm snakes. Mandal Samakhya officials were angry that they were acting in a selfish manner. They demanded immediate investigation and suspension of the responsible officials.

Break for medical college work!

  • The victim approached the High Court for not being given compensation
  • Notices to Collector, RDO, Tehsildar to stop work

Nagar Kurnool, Light: The work of Nagar Kurnool Medical College has broken. A Dalit named Kokkanuri Madhu approached the High Court that his land was taken without paying compensation and the court issued orders not to undertake any construction until further orders. The officials collected 40 acres from the 77 acres of assigned patta lands belonging to Dalits in Survey No. 237 near Uyyalawada.. 33 acres were allotted to the college. But the land acquisition was done by private individuals and there was a controversy. They signed Form 6 with the victims and surrendered it to the government. Nirudu Additional Collector (Revenue) paid the money after the signature process was completed in the chamber. Meanwhile, Rythu Madhu went to court against the revenue officials ignoring the laws and acquiring land without giving notices to the victims and without paying compensation.

Mafia leader Hullchal in Excise office

Rs. It is a complaint that there is no inspection even if the coats are washed

Through, light: Kallu and Liquor Mafia Leader made a ruckus at Gadwala Excise Circle Office on Wednesday. Rs. They questioned the officers as to why they are harassing them in the name of inspections and making bindovers while collecting crores. Eyewitnesses say that he went as far as to lay hands on an officer. If we go into the details.. Two days ago, the Excise Police bound over those who run chicken and mutton shops near Wines on Aija Road in Gadwala Town. They said that some others will also be bound over. Sridhar Goud, the leader of the ruling party, who could not digest this, went to the excise office on Wednesday with 20 people. He annually earns Rs. Making money, but causing trouble
They were furious. Excise CI asked Gopal for an explanation on this matter. Sardi said that only four people came to the office.

Movement of jaggery in besieged DCM

  • The accident occurred while returning from the ditch
  • Four people were injured. One was seriously injured

Kalvakurti, Light: The Kalvakurti Excise Officers seized the DCM transporting the black jaggery and used the same DCM to dump the jaggery. Two employees and two porters were injured when the lorry hit them while returning from the river. If we go into the details… jaggery caught in the Kalvakurti circle area was filled in the previously seized DCM on Tuesday and shoveled in the Dundubhi stream near Dindichintapalli of Wanguru mandal. While returning at night, a lorry hit him from behind. In this accident, the DCM was damaged and the contract driver, excise constable and two porters were injured. One of them was shifted to Hyderabad as his condition was serious. It is noteworthy that DCM removed the front number plate and put the old clothes horizontally so that the back number is not visible. Meanwhile, when Kalvakurthi asked the Excise CI to explain how the seized DCM was used, he replied that it was used with the permission of the officers. Nagar Kurnool Excise Superintendent asked for an explanation.. He said that they do not have the authority to use the seized vehicle and he did not give any permission. On the complaint of the Excise SS, the police booked the lorry that caused the accident and took it to the station. The DCM was placed at the expedition station.

Mention is made in the FIR

The case mentions the use of DCM seized by excise officers. We have registered a case with the complaint of Kalvakurti’s expedition. This matter has been brought to the attention of the superiors.

–Saidulu, Kalvakurthi CI

Master minds student of kick boxing competitions

Vanaparthi Town, Light: Vanaparthi Master Minds High School student G. Rudra has been selected for international kick boxing competitions. On the 17th and 18th of this month, Rudra participated in the competitions organized under the auspices of the State Kick Boxing Association in Jadcharla town of Mahbubnagar district under the auspices of Vanaparthi Gojurio Karate and Kick Boxing Academy. Kick Light won gold medal in 12 years 37 kg juniors category and was selected for international competitions. To this extent, School HM M. Gautam Kumar congratulated Rudra on Wednesday. Principal said that he will participate in international kick boxing competitions to be held in Delhi in the month of November.

Grow up as entrepreneurs

Narayanapet, Velkam: State SC Development Secretary Vijay Kumar suggested that the Dalit beneficiaries should take advantage of the units and grow as entrepreneurs. Beneficiaries were made aware under the auspices of the SC Development Department at the Collectorate meeting hall on Wednesday. On this occasion, the beneficiaries inquired about the selected units. Later he said that Dalits can set up ayurvedic plants, dairy and fisheries plants along with the transport sector. He said that the government has set up an app in the name of Dalitbandhu, and the beneficiaries can submit any problems in it. If you want advice, it has been included in this app. Collector Harichandana said that Dalit Bandhu is being given to those who are eligible in the district. Investments have already been made in the fields of fertilizer, suppliers etc.

They did not stop the MLA from giving Dalit Bandhu

Ootkur, Light: The Dalit women of Ootkuru mandal Pedda Jatram village demanded to give Dalit Bandhu, three acres of land and double bedrooms. On Wednesday, MLA Rammohan Reddy, who was returning after distributing pension proceedings and Kalyana Lakshmi checks to the beneficiaries of the village, was stopped near the Ambedkar statue. When they were pushed aside by the police and activists, the MLA went ahead. Later BJP MPTC Kiran said that it is not right for the MLA to leave without giving an answer if he is asked to give Dalit Bandhu.

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