Some of the decisions taken by YSR Congress party president and Andhra Pradesh chief minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy might not have been taken kindly by the Centre and some foreign investors, but his decision on shifting the executive capital from Amaravati to Visakhapatnam seems to have got the support from some quarters in the US officials.
The latest alliance between Bharatiya Janata Party and Jana Sena Party of actor Pawan Kalyan has created no sensation in Andhra Pradesh politics, as it hardly makes any difference at this stage when the general elections are nearly four and a half years away.
A government order (GO Rt No. 88) issued by the YSR Congress party government in the name of chief secretary Neelam Sawhney, extending the provisions of the National Security Act (NSA) by three months for preventive detention of people suspected of creating troubles for law and order kicked up a lot of heat and dust in the political circles.
The YSR Congress party government in Andhra Pradesh led by chief minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy has decided firmly to shift the administrative capital of the state from Amaravati to Visakhapatnam.
The ongoing controversy over shifting of administrative capital from Amaravati to north-coastal city of Visakhapatnam by the YSR Congress party government led by chief minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy seems to have frustrated a section of Kamma community leaders a lot.
The YSR Congress party government in Andhra Pradesh has strongly defended the measures taken by the police department in safeguarding law and order in Amaravati while dealing with the agitation by the farmers.
The plans of the YSR Congress party government headed by chief minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy to form the three capitals for Andhra Pradesh with administrative capital at Visakhapatnam are almost reaching the climax stage.
It looks like YSR Congress party president and Andhra Pradesh chief minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy has decided to fast forward the exercise of shifting the administrative capital of the state from Amaravati to Visakhapatnam.
It looks like the TDP is pinning all its hopes on BJP leadership to stop Chief Minister Jaganmohan Reddy from shifting capital from Amaravati.
If any YSR Congress party leader is of the view that he would get into the good books of party president and chief minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy for abusing his political rivals, especially Telugu Desam Party president N Chandrababu Naidu, in foul language, he or she should think twice before doing so.
There is no better entertaining news for the readers of newspapers than actor-turned-Jana Sena Party president Pawan Kalyan joining hands with the Bharatiya Janata Party on Thursday.
Having failed to make even a little impact on the electorate in the April 2019 general elections, actor-turned-Jana Sena Party chief Pawan Kalyan is now dreaming of becoming the chief minister of Andhra Pradesh with the support of Bharatiya Janata Party.
The alliance between Jana Sena Party led by actor Pawan Kalyan and Bharatiya Janata Party has no political significance in Andhra Pradesh in the current scenario, as the YSR Congress party led by Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy is firmly rooted in power with a huge mandate of 151 MLAs.
The Bharatiya Janata Party leaders of Andhra Pradesh, who have been looking for a political ally in Andhra Pradesh after the Telugu Desam Party walked out of the alliance with it, are too happy to find a new ally in Jana Sena Party led by actor Pawan Kalyan.
For some reasons, Pawan Kalyan, is a proven failure leader in the State politics. His humiliating defeat in the recent Assembly elections in the State and the poor show that the party recorded, certifies him as a failure leader, not even to match his own brother Chiranjeevi.