Clash Between Bairi Naresh's Supporter

Situation Tense After Clash Between Bairi Naresh’s Supporter, Ayyappa Devotees

Bairi Naresh’s remarks over Lord Ayyappa and other Hindu Gods including Lord Shiva and Vishnu have sparked an ideological battle between the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), its affiliated organizations, and the supporters of the Atheist Association chief.

The situation in Mahabubabad became tense after a student leader namely Suryaprakash came in the support of Bairi Naresh on social media.
Following this, a few Ayyappa devotees try to attack Suryaprakash. The police reached the spot and brought the situation under control.

Mahabubabad DSP Saddaiah said, “We have registered a case on a person named Suryaprakash for his comments on social media. There was also a clash between a few people and Suryaprakash. A case has also been registered against a person Sai for this clash. No one has been arrested.”

Bairi Naresh was arrested in Warangal on Saturday as he was booked under Sections 153(A), 205, and 505 of the Indian Penal Code.

Bairi Naresh allegedly made an insulting remark against Lord Ayyappa at a public meeting in Kondagal. A video of the same went viral, sparking outrage on social media platforms.

In the video, he can be seen mocking Lord Ayyappa’s birth.

Devotees had lodged complaints against Bairi Naresh at different police stations in Hyderabad with demands for his immediate arrest.

BJP state president Bandi Sanjay earlier on Saturday slammed the ruling Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS, formerly known as TRS) government, accusing Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao of allegedly “encouraging blasphemy” without taking any action.

In a series of tweets against Atheist Association President, Bairi Naresh who courted controversy by making “insulting” remarks about Lord Ayyappa Swamy, Bandi Sanjay took to Twitter and said, “Anybody can abuse Hindu Gods in #Telangana & get exonerated bcos @TelanganaCMO encourages blasphemy without taking any action! KCR claims to be “True Hindu” & his “Hinduvta is real” BUT so far what action is taken on insults against Gods Vishnu, Shiva & Ayyappa done in Kodangal ?” (ANI)

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Hyd Express Metro

KCR Lays Foundation Stone For Hyd Express Metro To Airport

Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao on Friday laid the foundation stone for Hyderabad Express Metro to Airport at Mindspace junction.

The High-Speed Airport Metro has a maximum speed of 120Kmph.
There will be a flight information display and information desk. There are also automatic fare collection gates for ease of passengers at each station. There will be city check-ins, early check-ins, and baggage handling facilities at Raidurg metro station initially and further at other selected stations.

The 31-km Airport Express Metro which starts from Raidurg Metro Terminal Station at Mindspace Junction will pass through Biodiversity Junction, Khajaguda Road, and touches Nanakramguda Junction on the Outer Ring Road before reaching RGI Airport in Shamshabad.

The Metro is projected to connect the airport to the main city in only 20 minutes. A few of the stations that are scheduled to be are Bio-Diversity Junction, Nanakramguda, Narsingi, TS Police Academy, Rajendranagar, Shamshabad and Airport Cargo station, and terminal.

The Minister for IT, Industries, MA & UD, Telangana KT Rama Rao tweeted that, Telangana Government is strengthening Hyderabad’s mobility infrastructure to position it as a global city. The new metro rail line will cover 31km in just 26 minutes. (ANI)

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Telangana Govt Provides Meals, Books, Uniform In Govt Schools

The Government of Telangana is providing free lunches through its mid-day meals to all students of the Vijayanagar colony, Government High School. The state aims to better the nutritional standing of school-aged children through the midday meal scheme, a school meal programme in Telangana, as per an official statement.

The students are very happy to have nutritious food and are thankful to the government for providing them with delicious meals.

The Physical Director of Vijayanagar colony, Government High School, Narsingh Rao said, “I have been working here for the past 5-6 years. This is a co-educational school with a total of around 430 students. The Government provides mid-day meals for our students. They provide eggs every day. They also give different curries every day. All the students are happy and eat well. I thank Chief Minister KCR for this.”

Narsingh Rao added that earlier fruits were also provided, but now it’s not being given. It would be great if those were also supplied. The students come with lots of love and study well. The government also gives two pairs of uniforms and books for free. During the corona, many new students joined the school.

Shailaja, a student of Class 10 said, “We get mid-day meals every day. We like it very much. All the students eat the meals here together. We like biryanis on Saturday, spinach and potato fry. Today we got tomato curry. We also get eggs every day. We always get good food. We enjoy the food. Some students get the food from home, but most of them eat mid-day meals. The mid-day. I thank the Telangana Government for the mid-day meals.”

“We get the mid-day meals comprising of many vitamins. We also get eggs. The food is very good and we do not get tiffins from home. We get Bhagara rice and dal rice on Saturdays. We get good food on weekdays too. I thank the Telangana Government,” said Shiva a student of class 10.

Aishwarya, a student of Class 8 says, “We get mid-day meals every day. The government provides us with different dishes each day. We get good food. We get vegetable rice on Saturday. All my friends and classmates eat here and we are very happy. I thank the Telangana Government for this.” (ANI)

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BJP Is Trying To Topple Telangana Govt, Claims CM KCR

Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao (KCR) on Sunday alleged that Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is conspiring to topple the Telangana government.

While addressing a public gathering at the MVS college ground in Mahbubnagar district, after inaugurating several developmental schemes, the Telangana CM said, “The BJP government led by PM Narendra Modi is conspiring to topple the Telangana government. The thieves who came to buy the TRS MLAs were caught and put in jail.”
He further asked BJP why his government should be toppled, when people voted for his party.

“The PM himself says that they will topple our government. I want to ask them, for what reason? Didn’t people vote for us? Didn’t we win the elections? Is this the India we dream of where the PM goes to Bengal and says that 40 TMC MLAs are in touch with us,” he asked.

He further said that the country is still lacking on many fronts even after 75 years of independence, and urged the public to support Bharatiya Rashtriya Samiti (BRS).

“Even decades after independence, people of the country do not have access to basic infrastructure, with the national capital itself suffering due to water and power crisis. The development that took place in Telangana, why is it not happening in other parts of the country? Expand BRS and play a vital role in national politics,” he said. (ANI)

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Not Scared Of ED, What Modi Govt Did For Telangana?: TRS Leader

Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) leader Kalvakuntla Kavitha, on Thursday, hit out at the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Central government and accused it of conspiring against the ruling KCR government in the state to bring it down.

Addressing a press conference here on Thursday, Kavitha, a member of the Telangana Legislative Council and daughter of Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao (KCR) said, “We will go to jail for the public. For eight years the opposition states have been targeted but we are not afraid and we will not stop exposing BJP.”
“We all are seeing what is happening in the country. At least nine states in the country where democratically elected governments were formed have been brought down and the BJP took the charge in all those states in the last eight years after the Modi government came to power in the Centre,” she said.

The TRS leader alleged that in any state where elections are due to take place, the ED arrives before the Prime Minister.

“ED arrives even before Modi Ji in those states. The same is happening with Telangana…The agencies have arrived here just before the elections,” she said.

The Telangana legislative assembly election is scheduled to be held at the end of 2023 to elect all 119 members of the state’s legislative assembly.

“We are not scared of anything…We welcome the agencies, and we will absolutely cooperate with them…but tell us what you (the Modi government) did for Telangana?” she said.

The TRS leader was responding to reports that her name was mentioned in the remand report of the Enforcement Directorate (ED) in connection with the alleged Delhi liquor policy scam.

She also accused the BJP of conspiring against TRS leaders and trying to defame them through cheap politics. “They (BJP) continue to play tricks such as leaking information to the media, spoiling the reputation of political leaders,” Kavitha alleged.

“With all due respect, I would like to tell Modi Ji that we don’t care if you want to put us in jail. We are ready to go to jail, but we will not stop working for the people of the state,” she added.

She said that the Telangana government is doing well under KCR’s leadership.

“We exposed the BJP’s conspiracy to bring down the Telangana government and people of the state have already seen it. This action by agencies is only a reaction to it,” she claimed. (ANI)

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Modi Gives Shout-Out To Telangana Weaver To Highlight Common Man’s Pride In Hosting G20

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while addressing the 95th episode of his monthly radio programme ‘Mann Ki Baat’ on Sunday lauded a weaver from Telangana who gifted him a self-woven logo of the G20 Summit which will be hosted by India next year.

Mentioning Veldi Hariprasad Garu who hails from Rajanna Sircilla district of Telangana, the Prime Minister said that he has a mastery over his skills and he was “surprised to see this amazing gift”.

“A weaver from Rajanna Sircilla district of Telangana Veldi Hariprasad Garu has sent me a self-woven logo of G20. I was surprised to see this amazing gift. He has such mastery over his skills that it attracts everyone. He also sent me a letter. He says that hosting the G20 Summit next year is a matter of immense pride for India. To celebrate this achievement, he made this logo. he inherited this talent from his father,” he said.

“Today, many people like Hariprasad Garu have sent letters to me saying that their hearts have swelled with pride at the country hosting such a big summit. They have highly appreciated India’s pro-active efforts regarding G-20,” PM Modi added.

The Prime Minister said that he had the privilege of launching G20 logo and website of Presidency of India, and the logo was chosen through a public contest.

“When I received this gift sent by Hariprasad Garu, another thought came to my mind,” he said.

The Prime Minister said that India’s Presidency of the G20 Summit shows India’s growing importance on a global stage.

“Leading a group of nations that account for 85 per cent of trade is a huge responsibility and opportunity,” he said.

Calling the G20 presidency an “opportunity” for India, the Prime Minister said that the country has to focus on global good.

“G20 presidency is an opportunity for us. We have to focus on global good, be it peace, unity or sustainable development, India has the solution to challenges related to these things. We have given the theme of ‘One Earth, One Family, One Future’,” he said.

“I extend warm welcome to you all in ‘Mann Ki Baat’, once again. We are fast moving towards the century of Mann Ki Baat. Before every episode, reading letters, listening to audio messages; it is like a spiritual experience for me,” the Prime Minister added. (ANI)

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Modi To Lay Foundation Stone Of Multiple Projects In Telangana

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Andhra Pradesh and Telangana to lay the foundation stone of projects worth over Rs. 10,500 crores and Rs. 9500 crores respectively on November 12, said officials.

PM Modi will inaugurate and lay the foundation stone of multiple projects at Visakhapatnam in Andhra Pradesh at around 10:30 AM tomorrow. Post which he will visit the RFCL plant in Ramagundam, Telangana at around At around 3:30 PM.
According to an official release, at around 4:15 PM, the Prime Minister will inaugurate and lay the foundation stone of multiple projects at Ramagundam.

PM Modi will lay the foundation stone of the Andhra Pradesh section of the six-lane Greenfield Raipur- Visakhapatnam Economic Corridor. It will be built at a cost of more than Rs 3750 crore.

The Economic Corridor will provide faster connectivity between the Industrial Nodes of Chhattisgarh and Odisha to Visakhapatnam Port and Chennai – Kolkata National Highway.

It will also improve connectivity to tribal and backward areas of Andhra Pradesh and Odisha. Prime Minister will also lay the foundation stone of a dedicated Port Road from Convent Junction to Sheela Nagar Junction in Visakhapatnam. It will ease traffic congestion in Visakhapatnam City by segregating local and port-bound goods traffic.

He will also dedicate to the nation, Narasannapeta to the Pathapatnam section of NH-326A built at a cost of more than Rs 200 crore as a part of the Srikakulam-Gajapati Corridor. The project would provide better connectivity in the region.

Prime Minister will dedicate to the nation, the U-field Onshore Deepwater block project of ONGC in Andhra Pradesh, developed at a cost of more than Rs. 2900 crore.

“It is the deepest Gas discovery of the project with a gas production potential of about 3 million metric standard cubic meters per day (MMSCMD). He will lay the foundation stone of the Srikakulam Angul Natural Gas Pipeline Project of GAIL with a capacity of around 6.65 MMSCMD,” read an official statement.

The 745 km long pipeline will be built at a total cost of more than Rs 2650 crores. Being a part of the Natural Gas Grid (NGG), the pipeline will create the vital infrastructure to supply Natural Gas to domestic households, industries, commercial units, and Automobile sectors in various districts of Andhra Pradesh and Odisha. The pipeline will supply natural gas to the City Gas Distribution Network in the Srikakulam and Vizianagaram districts of Andhra Pradesh.

The Prime Minister will also lay the foundation stone for the redevelopment of Visakhapatnam Railway Station, to be done at a cost of around Rs 450 crores. The redeveloped station would cater to 75,000 passengers per day and will improve the passenger experience by providing modern amenities.

PM Modi will also lay the foundation stone for the modernization and upgradation of Visakhapatnam Fishing Harbour.

As per an official statement, the total cost of the project is around Rs. 150 crores. After its upgradation and modernization, the fishing harbor will double the handling capacity from 150 tons per day to about 300 Tons per day, provide safe landing and berthing and other modern infrastructure facilities reduce turnaround time in the jetty, reduce wastage and help improve price realization.

During his visit to Telangana, the Prime Minister will dedicate and lay the foundation stone of multiple projects worth over Rs. 9500 crores in Ramagundam.

He will dedicate the Fertilizer plant at Ramagundam to the nation. The Foundation stone for Ramagundam Project was also laid by Prime Minister on August 7, 2016.

“The driving force behind the revival of the Fertilizer Plant is the vision of the Prime Minister to achieve self-sufficiency in the production of urea. The Ramagundam Plant will make available 12.7 LMT per annum indigenous neem coated Urea production,” the release said.

The project has been set up under the aegis of Ramagundam Fertilizers and Chemicals Limited (RFCL) which is a Joint Venture Company of National Fertilizers Limited (NFL), Engineers India Ltd (EIL) and Fertilizer Corporation of India Limited (FCIL). RFCL was entrusted with the responsibility of setting up the New Ammonia-Urea Plant with an investment of more than Rs. 6300 crores. Gas to RFCL Plant will be supplied through Jagdishpur – Phulpur- Haldia Pipeline.

The release said the plant would ensure an adequate and timely supply of urea fertilizer to the farmers in the state of Telangana as well as in Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Chattisgarh and Maharashtra.

It would not only improve the availability of fertilizer but will also boost overall economic development in the region including the development of infrastructures like roads, railways, and ancillary industry.

Apart from this, the region will benefit from the development of MSME vendors for the supply of various goods for the factory.

The release said RFCL’s ‘Bharat Urea’ will provide a tremendous boost to the economy by not only reducing imports but also by giving an impetus to the local farmers through a timely supply of fertilizers and extension services.

PM Modi will dedicate the Bhadrachalam Road- Sattupalli rail line to the nation, which has been built at a cost of around Rs. 1000 crore.

He will also lay the foundation stone of various road projects worth over Rs. 2200 crores, namely the Medak-Siddipet-Elkathurthy section of NH-765DG; Bodhan-Basar-Bhainsa section of NH-161BB; Sironcha to Mahadevpur Section of NH-353C.

During his visit to Tamil Nadu, PM Modi will also address the 36th Convocation ceremony of Gandhigram Rural Institute. More than 2300 students of 2018-19 and 2019-20 Batches will receive their degrees in the convocation ceremony. (ANI)

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Voting Begins For Assembly By-Elections In Seven Constituencies Across 6 States

The voting for Assembly by-elections in seven vacant seats spread across the states of Maharashtra, Haryana, Bihar, Telangana, Odisha, and Uttar Pradesh began on Thursday morning.

Polling is being held from 7 am to 6 pm amid tight security and the counting of votes will be conducted on November 6.
Bharatiya Janata Party is in a fierce contest with regional parties such as the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS), the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), the Samajwadi Party (SP), and the Biju Janata Dal (BJD) in the Assembly by-polls in seven constituencies spread across six states.

The seven Assembly constituencies where the elections are taking place are 166-Andheri East from Maharashtra, 47-Adampur from Haryana, 93-Munugode from Telangana, 139-Gola Gokranath from Uttar Pradesh, and 46-Dhamnagar from Odisha.

The two constituencies of Bihar where the bye-elections are being conducted are 178-Mokama and 101-Gopalganj.

Mokama Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) Anant Kumar Singh was disqualified in July after his conviction in a case, while BJP’s Subhash Singh, who held the Gopalganj seat, passed away in August.

The Andheri East, Gola Gokrannath, and Dhamnagar constituencies, too, fell vacant due to the demise of their respective legislators.

The Shiv Sena’s Ramesh Latke died in May and BJP’s Arvind Giri and Bishnu Sethi both passed away in September.

In Haryana, the resignation of Kuldeep Bishnoi, and K Rajagopal Reddy in Telangana, led to vacancies in the Adampur and Munugode segments respectively.

The contest in Telangana’s Munugode Assembly constituency is crucial for all major parties in the State- the ruling Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) and Opposition parties Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Congress.

While 47 candidates are in the fray, the eye is on BJP’s Raj Gopal Reddy, former TRS MLA Kusukuntla Prabhakar Reddy, and Congress’ Palvai Sravanthi.

In Andheri East, the Uddhav Thackeray-led Sena faction has fielded Rutuja Latke, the wife of incumbent Sena MLA Ramesh Latke whose death in May necessitated the poll.

The BJP fielded Murji Patel, but he later withdrew his candidature after the party decided not to contest.

This will the first election after the revolt in the Shiv Sena by Eknath Shinde and 39 other legislators which led to the collapse of the Uddhav Thackeray-led Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government.

For the Mokama by-polls, the BJP has fielded Sonam Devi p against RJD’s Neelam Devi, whose husband Anant Singh’s disqualification has necessitated the by-election.

Mokama is said to be the stronghold of Anant Singh since 2005. He won the seat twice on JD(U) tickets.

BJP has given the ticket to Kusum Devi, the wife of incumbent BJP MLA Subhash Singh while RJD has fielded Mohan Prasad Gupta for the Goapalgunj by-election.

Haryana’s Adampur seat is witnessing the contest between BJP, Congress, Indian National Lok Dal, and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP).

Kuldeep Bishnoi’s son Bhavya is contesting the by-poll as the BJP candidate.

The Congress has fielded former Union minister Jai Prakash while the INLD picked Congress rebel Kurda Ram Nambardar as its candidate. Satender Singh is AAP’s candidate.

Kuldeep Bishnoi, son of the former Chief Minister of Haryana, Chaudhary Bhajan Lal, recently resigned from Congress and joined the BJP. Adampur’s seat fell vacant after Kuldeep Bishnoi resigned. Adampur seat is considered a stronghold of Bishnoi.

Meanwhile, eyeing the by-poll in Adampur, Panchayat, and Zila Parishad elections, AAP is trying to get a foothold in Haryana.

Bypolls to the Gola Gokarannath assembly constituency: The BJP has fielded his son Aman Giri while the Samajwadi Party (SP) has given a ticket to former MLA Vinay Tiwari.

The Biju Janata Dal (BJD) has fielded Abanti Das for Odisha’s Dhamnagar by-polls while the BJP has fielded Suryabanshi Suraj Sthitaprajana the son of Bishnu Sethi, BJP MLA after whose death, the assembly seat fell vacant, as its candidate for the by-election.

The AAP is also in the fray and has given a ticket to Anwar Sheikh. (ANI)

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Postcards To Modi For GST

Telangana: Weavers Write Postcards To Modi For GST Exemption

A public gathering followed by a rally from Nizam College Grounds to General Post Office was organised on Monday where lakhs of postcards, written by weavers from across Telangana to Prime Minister, were deposited, aimed at getting GST exemption.

“During the freedom movement, the whole nation joined Mahatma Gandhi’s Swadesi Movement, to spin their own clothes on the charkha and reject foreign materials. Since 75 years of Independence, Narendra Modi is the first Prime Minister to apply tax on handlooms,” said MLC L.Ramana.
He said that lakhs of postcards have been written to Prime Minister, seeking the central government to support the handloom industry and exempt it from GST.

“We also request to allocate more budget and bring back all the schemes that were removed earlier. We will call for a nationwide protest until the central government comes down or the handloom industry is exempted from GST,” he said.

Ex-MP, Anand Bhaskar said, “The GST on handlooms has become a threat to the life of the weavers. We use this opportunity to request the Prime Minister to save these weavers. This public gathering will move towards the General Post Office, Abids as a Padayatra”.

He urged the center to call a GST council meeting immediately, waive the GST on handlooms, and save the weaver community. (ANI)

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Telangana: Free Education, Books In State-Run Institutions

After Telangana was carved out of Andhra Pradesh and a new state was formed, the state government made it a point to strengthen the education sector.

The government has been providing free books and study materials for the students and giving them the best facilities in government schools and colleges.

The Telangana government is currently operating 188 residential educational institutions in English, Urdu, and Telugu medium for Classes 1 to 10, Intermediate and Degree Colleges.

Out of this, 69 institutions are for only boys, 103 institutions are for only girls and 16 are co-education institutions. Besides providing free education, the government also provides free uniforms, books, and mid-day meals for students.

Moreover, the government is giving the best computer and sciences laboratory facilities for students in government schools.

Speaking to ANI, Sameera Begum, a student of BJR girls’ junior college said, “We are getting study materials for free, and for this, I am very thankful to the state government for providing such a good opportunity to study here.”

Kathija Fathima from Babu Jagjivan College said, “I have all the facilities in the college. We are provided with free books and have a good education.”

Shereen Fathima, studying BiPC thanked the state government for the facilities provided to them. (ANI)

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