In a press meet at YSRC office in Tadepalli on Friday, the minister claimed that 86 per cent of all reservoirs in the State are full.
The Jana Sena has defended its decision to invite other parties for long march called by it in Visakhapatnam on November 3.
Navayuga plea not tenable as it has gone for arbitration on the issue, says AG
After a gap of five years, the State will be officially celebrating the Andhra Pradesh Formation Day on Friday.
Government will ensure equal development of all 13 districts: YSRC general secretary Vijayasai Reddy
Says Jagan will not replicate Hyderabad-model capital, final call on Amaravati after receiving panel report; govt to consider Sivarakrishna panel report on capital
TDP national general secretary Nara Lokesh Jagan Reddy's accuses government of selling sand in kilograms
TDP national general secretary Nara Lokesh has launched a broadside against the YSRC government over sand scarcity.
Addressing party leaders through a teleconference on Tuesday, Naidu said daily wage workers were falling victims to the selfish attitude of the YSRC leaders.
Naidu demands compensation for construction workers, Pawan Kalyan calls for united fight
The objective of the proposed balancing reservoir with a capacity of 150 TMCs is to divert Godavari water from Polavaram to the Banakacherla head regulator.
The incident happened on a day when the opposition TDP staged protests across the State highlighting the scarcity of sand in the YSRC government.
“Protests were successful. It stood as a testimony to the wrath of people against the government,’’ former Minister Nimmakayala Chinarajappa said.
Sunil Deodhar was instrumental in BJP’s landslide victory in Tripura, ending 25-year rule of the CPM.
TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu misleading public, says Municipal Administration and Urban Development Minister Botcha Satyanarayana
He claimed that the YSRC dispensation treats all media organisations equally without any prejudice unlike former chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu.
As the YSRC leaders lack confidence and sincerity in their works, they are afraid of the media,’’ Naidu opined.
In a major decision, the YSRC government on Thursday decided to do away with personal interviews for recruitment of government staff through the APPSC, from January 2020.