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Stop flaying Congress, press Centre over Cauvery Management Board: Pondy CM V Narayanasamy to AIADMK
Narayanasamy said as far as Puducherry government was concerned, a joint meeting of various parties had been held and a resolution adopted in the assembly last month urging the Centre to form the CMB.
Earlier in the day, Prime Minister told a rally that after the Assembly elections in Karnataka, the Congress will remain in power only in one region in South India - Puducherry.
Intellectuals can debate the difference between what was achieved during the Congress regimes and the BJP-led NDA, he said at a public meeting of the BJP here.
The Chief Minister had Tuesday said despite "differences" on some issues, Bedi had cooperated in taking steps to maintain law and order during the large turn out of tourists on new year's eve.
Puducherry CM V Narayanasamy urged EAM Sushma Swaraj to intervene and secure the release 10 fishermen of Karaikal region.
Puducherry CM urged people heading into the sea in private boats to first check whether the vessels were equipped.
He charged Bedi with interfering in the routine administration and functioning of the chief minister, the ministers and officers.
In an apparent dig at Puducherry Lt. Governor Kiran Bedi, Chief Minister V Narayanasamy today claimed that there were some people who were trying to "block development" projects.
Stating that government was committed to development and welfare of the people, Narayanasamy said that he would overcome all hindrances and bottlenecks successfully.
Chief Minister V Narayanasamy today participated in a 'human chain' protest organised by the DMK and backed by ruling congress to protest against NEET for selection of students to medical courses.
Even as the case filed by a Congress MLA against the appointment of three nominated MLAs is pending, the three BJP nominees to the Territorial Assembly by the Centre threatened to move legally.
Around 150 BJP workers were taken into custody on Wednesday when they tried to lay siege to the Puducherry Assembly to condemn the nomination rejection of party nominated legislators.
The Ministry of Home Affairs issued this clarification in the wake of Puducherry assembly passing a resolution seeking to curb the powers of the Liutenant Governor.
Bedi had earlier hit out at Puducherry Chief Minister V Narayanasamy for his remark that the LG should not act beyond mandate, asking if he wanted a rubber stamp or a responsible administrator.
He said that the total budget outlay projected is Rs 6,945 crore comprising Rs 4,445 crore for non-plan head and Rs 2,500 crore under plan.