After the long movement for the division of Andhra Pradesh, the southern state of India at last new state Telangana has formed, K Chandra Sekhar Rao leading spirit of the movement took an oath for the first Chief Minister of the state.
Chandrababu Naidu will take the oath on 8th June as Chief Minister for the newly separated state Seemandhra.
Telengana has been borne as 29th state of India, as a result, of a long movement since 1960; K Chandrasekhar Rao’s chief of Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) took the oath as first Chief Minister.
In Recently happened election in the vote also taken in Telengana’s 119 seats, in their TRS party got 63 seats. The main election agenda was Andhra Division. Continue reading
Another Andhra minister resigns
Seemandhra exploded in protest on Friday from the Union cabinet’s decision to separate Andhra Pradesh into two parts, while HRD minister Pallam Raju places in his papers, disregarding the best Minister’s advice asking him not to do something in haste. Your cabinet jerk to produce a new 29th condition of Telangana has resulted in a bandh and resignations.
24 hours following the Union government bit the Telanagna bullet; it’s a wide-open revolt in Andhra Pradesh. HRD minister Pallam Raju and ministers of condition D. Purandeshwari and K. Kruparani, too, introduced their resignations, though they’re not yet been with time to satisfy the PM to set up their papers.
“I figured regarding this last evening after which I’ve made the decision which I should resign in the Union council of ministers,” Pallam Raju HRD Minister told reporters. Continue reading