Is Andhra Pradesh CM 'Anna' or 'Dhunna'?: YS Jagan

Written By Aravind Peesapati | Updated: March 05, 2019 22:31 IST
Is Andhra Pradesh CM 'Anna' or 'Dhunna'?: YS Jagan

Is Andhra Pradesh CM 'Anna' or 'Dhunna'?: YS Jagan
 
Political heat waves started striking the Andhra Pradesh as the leaders are seen on full-swing campaigning for their respective parties. The leaders even started making controversial statements on their opponents to bag votes. On this note, Samara Shankaravam held in Nellore has witnessed another level of criticism from YSRCP Chief YS Jagan on Andhra Pradesh CM Chandrababu Naidu.
 
Like never before, Jagan has brought NTR into his comments taking the political scenarios in 1983. "When NTR entered into active politics, citizen welfare is his only motto. He announced kilo rice for Rs 2 which was copied by many other fellow states. CM Vijaya Bhaskar Reddy, NTR’s counterpart, tried to challenge the promise made by NTR and has announced rice for Rs 1.90 a kilo. But people can sense where the real welfare is and voted down Vijaya Bhaskar Reddy. The same scene is going to repeat with Chandrababu Naidu who will soon face rejection,” said Jagan.
 
He also talked about the Anganwadi workers who are supposed to be the vote bank for the ruling party. “We have seen Anganwadi & Asha workers, VRAs and Home Guards who protested for their wage hikes over the last four and half years. The government never gave them an ear and all of sudden as elections are falling by, Chandrababu Naidu had announced the increase of wages to all of them that too very less," noted Jagan
 
Jagan then questioned the gathering about what do we call a person who starves the people of its state for 57 months and then comes to the rescue in last 3 months, ‘Anna’ or ‘Dhunna’?
 
Though his satirical statements received an applause from the crowd, they however heated up the situations. Will Jagan continue his campaigning in the same note?



Written By Xappie Desk | Updated: May 07, 2020 18:44 IST
AP CM YS Jagan Mohan Reddy announces Rs. 1 crore ex gratia to the deceased families of Vizag gas leakage tragedy

While we are already dealing with the deadly coronavirus pandemic, an unfortunate incident took place in Vishakapatnam earlier today. During the early hours of Thursday, Styrene gas leaked from the LG Polymers Pvt Ltd. The leaked gas spread through a three kilometers radius and has affected thousands of people. Until now, eleven people have lost their lives and hundreds of the victims got hospitalized. Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has visited Visakhapatnam this afternoon and examined the situation. He has announced an ex gratia of Rs. one crore to the deceased families.

 
Jagan has also announced an ex gratia of Rs. 10 lakhs to the people who are in the Intensive Care Units. He has assured that the government will bear all the hospital expenditures of the victims. Jagan also announced an aid of Rs. 10,000-15,000 to the villagers who are living in the surrounding areas of the factory. The Chief Minister also assured a financial help of Rs. 25000 per animal, for the people who lost their cattle and the other livestock.
 
Meanwhile, the Government of India has given permission to LG Polymers Pvt. Ltd. to airlift 500kgs of 4-Tertiary Butylcatchol (PTBC) from Daman Airport to Vishakhapatnam. This chemical will be useful in preventing any further leakage of Styrene gas from the plant.
 
The Government of Andhra Pradesh has directed the local and district officials to take the necessary steps. Already, all the nearby residents got evacuated from the area. The officials have stated that the gas leakage now got neutralized.

Written By Xappie Desk | Updated: May 05, 2020 16:26 IST
Pawan Kalyan criticizes Andhra Pradesh government; calls YCP led AP govt corona friendly

Power Star Pawan Kalyan shared his displeasure over the government of Andhra Pradesh opening the liquor shops. Pawan shared his anguish in a series of tweets mentioned below. Pawan questioned this move of the government saying that the AP government failed to keep its promise to the public.
 
‘YCP led AP GOVT' has become ‘CORONA FRIENDLY’, this Govt came into power with an electoral promise to people that, they will implement ‘COMPLETE LIQUOR BAN’ and of course, they later changed it as ‘PHASE WISE BAN’. Now, during ‘Covid-19’ they have the opportunity to fulfill their election promise of liquor ban, but chosen to open liquor shops instead & the result is this. In this life-threatening Pandemic; all TEMPLES, MASJIDS & CHURCHES are forced to close as social (physical) distancing is not possible. But LIQUOR SHOPS, are ok to be opened, even if they DON’T maintain SOCIAL DISTANCE’???
 
Pawan Kalyan also shared a newspaper article about a tragedy that took place in AP. A woman along with her daughter attempted suicide because her husband abused her physically after getting drunk. Pawan shared the same and wrote, 'It’s painful to see to look at the suicides, due to opening of liquor shops in AP'
 
With the help of his Jana Sena party members, Pawan Kalyan is trying his best to help the needy. Pawan is also extending helping hand and support by providing the relief supplies for those in need.
 
 
Credits: Twitter

Written By Xappie Desk | Updated: April 24, 2020 13:02 IST
PV sindhu named ambassador for BWF's 'i am badminton' campaign

Badminton World Federation (BWF) disclosed on 22nd April 2020, that World Champion P V Sindhu is now one of their ambassadors for the 'i am badminton' awareness campaign. During the campaign, players will speak about their adoration for the sport and promote a clean and honest play. Sindhu mentioned that it is key to play a clean and fair game in any sport. She went on to add, “This message starts with one voice. If we as ambassadors can highlight this, then I think this will spread to more players.” Sindhu is just twenty-four years old, and has already got the silver medal in the Olympics for India.
 
Five years ago, the formation of BWF's Integrity Unit began, and to spread awareness for the same, this year’s campaign will be its main focus.
 
Other players who are part of this initiative are: Canada's Michelle Li, the Chinese duo of Zheng Si Wei and Huang Ya Qiong, England's Jack Shephard, Germany's Valeska Knoblauch, Hong Kong's Chan Ho Yuen and Germany's Marc Zwiebler.
 
In a recent statement released by BWF, it’s said that, “It's hoped such a concerted effort will not only raise awareness across the entire badminton landscape but encourage players to be active participants in shaping the integrity of the sport. Every player has the right to compete in a clean and fair sport. Match-fixing, match manipulation, and doping are contrary to the spirit of sport. As an ambassador, we all play an important role in safeguarding the future of badminton.”
 
One of the main goals of the ‘i am badminton’ campaign is to open conversation against match-manipulate. The players can share their experiences and discuss the importance of maintaining integrity, and stand against doping in sports.
 
 
Credits: Twitter


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