The Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been planning to visit Jharkhand on January 5, to lay the foundation stone of Mandal Dam project. Now 80000 teachers of Palamu district in Jharkhand are participating in a protest demanding proper categorization of jobs, and this strike is on from November 15.
The 2500 crore budgeted Mandal Project is a huge one and with the PM coming when protesters are on fire, Jharkhand government is worried over activities of protesters like waving of black flags opposing the PM on arrival.
Following this fear, Palamu SP Indrajith Mahatha issued an order that, no government employees or public must use black color things like black socks, kerchiefs or bags with black shoes being exception and this precautionary measure is getting trolled.
17413 Crore Pending Bills in Andhra Pradesh Andhra Pradesh treasury has become empty after the TDP government was on an overdrive of Welfare Schemes to please the people before the election. The State has come to a Position in which except Pensions and employees' salaries noting can be paid. Bills worth whopping amount of Rs 17,413 crore is pending as on April 22nd.
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