Senior TDP leader and party’s deputy leader in the AP state assembly K Atchen Naidu will have to be in jail for some more days, as a special court for Anti-Corruption Bureau cases deferred his bail petition for some more days, thanks to Coronavirus pandemic.
There seems to be more to the revolt by Kanumuri Raghurama Krishnam Raju, YSR Congress party MP from Narasapuram, against the party leadership, than what meets the eye, if the rumours in political circles are to be believed.
In December 2017, one of the most senior politicians and 10-time MP Sharad Yadav was disqualified from his Rajya Sabha membership by vice-president M Venkaiah Naidu creating a big debate in political circles.
Andhra Jyothi Radha Krishna who has been acting like a foe to Jagan for a decade is changing his mind?
Rajya Sabha MP, BJP leader Sujana Chowdary has become a hot topic in the political circles after his secret meeting with Nimmagadda Ramesh Kumar and former minister Kamineni Srinivas in his office temporarily located in Park Hyatt.
TDP, the main opposition party in Andhra Pradesh is going through the worst ever phase in the history of the party.
Former joint director of Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) V V Lakshminarayana, who called it quits to the Jana Sena Party floated by power star Pawan Kalyan a few months ago, now appears to be inching towards saffron brigade.
It is more or less certain now that YSR Congress party president and Andhra Pradesh chief minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy might drop his plan to abolish the state legislative council.
There is a saying that one has to have an elephant sized memory when he lives on lies. But Sujana Chowdary seems to be losing some memory due to age.
Kamma community started dominating BJP from later 80s in Andhra Pradesh. Reddy community used to call the shots in Telangana.
It looks like a strong caste lobby is solidly behind retired IAS officer Nimmagadda Ramesh Kumar in his fight against the Jagan Mohan Reddy government to retain his post as State Election Commissioner of Andhra Pradesh.
Employees of the Andhra Pradesh state government who have been habituated to five-day week for the last six years may have to lose the luxury shortly, if the talk going on in the employees’ circles is any indication.
Soon after taking over as the CM of Andhra Pradesh and forming his council of ministers last year, YSRC president Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy announced that 90 per cent of the present cabinet ministers would be replaced by new faces after two and a half years.
YSRCP president and Andhra Pradesh CM Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy is said to be considering a proposal to withdraw the resolution on abolition of state legislative council, if the talk going on in a section of social media is to be believed.
If the YSRCP has its way, there will be a breach of privilege motion against TDP general secretary and member of Andhra Pradesh legislative council Nara Lokesh Babu.