Lokesh Fever in Mini Mahanadu
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Lokesh Fever in Mini Mahanadu :-
The Mini Mahanadu in Vizag was turned into a platform of sorts to pitch for Nara Lokesh. The Lokesh euphoria was quite visible at the party meet held in the city on Sunday. The event saw demands raised by for-mer MLA Gavireddy Ramanaidu and former MLA S.A. Rehman, to pass a resolution at the party meeting requesting the party to utilize the services of Nara Lokesh by inducting him in the state committee. “Nara Lokesh has been actively taking part in many activities for the party welfare like providing insurance to cadre and also coordinating the party workers welfare fund. He had achieved an extraordinary fete of enrolling record number of members in a regional party using technology. Ifs high time the party should utilize his services directly by inducting him into the state committee. We are confident that party will flourish further under his leadership,” said former MLA S.A. Rehman. Meanwhile, the controversial bauxite mining issue also surfaced at the mini mahanadu. Party leaders from Vizag Agency sought clarity on the issue stating it has become difficult for them to face the public ever since CM N. Chandrababu Naidu has said the government would take up bauxite mining by mak.
SENIOR MLA’s VENT ANGER AT LEADERSHIP :-
Party seniors took the opportunity to vent their anger towards party leadership at the mini mahanadu on Sunday After deputy Chief Minister K.E. Krishna Murthy, it was the turn of eight time MLA from Viziangaram district Pathivada Narayana Swamy Naidu to express his displeasing tribals stakeholders which evoked severe criticism from many quarters. “It’s increasingly becoming difficult to face the public. We need to provide clarity over the bauxite mining issue,” said former minister M. Mani Kumari. An interesting obserure. Mr Swamy Naidu said CM N. Chandrababu Naidu has been neglecting the district. The senior MLA said, “While TI) promised a government medical college in Viziangaram during polls, the government now wants to compromise for a private college.” He again raised the demand for a government college to be setup in Vizianagaram. Vation at the party meet was the rare bonhomie between known arch rivals – ministers Ch Ayyana Patrudu and Ganta Srinivas Rao. Ayyana Patrudu took the opportunity to criticise opposition parties and came down heavily on YSRC chief Y.S. Jaganmohan Reddy.
This Article was First Appeared in Deccan Chronicle.