As PM Narendra Modi had come to Madurai for laying of foundation stone of Madurai AIIMS hospital, he was welcomed by prominent political leaders including the Lok Sabha deputy speaker Thambidurai. His behavior yesterday has sparked confusion over the stand of AIADMK on BJP alliance.
It was recently that he had spoken negative of BJP and Narendra Modi speaking against his reservation plan in general category besides also asking what happened to his 15 lakhs promise. But today he was extremely close to Modi and he had gifted a Book to Modi and sat two seats next to Modi on the Dias.
However when people asked regarding his closeness to Modi ADMK said that his behavior was only as per protocol and people need not doubt his stand. However Thambidurai's behavior today has made people think if this was the same person who accused Modi of treating ADMK members as slaves.
New Chairman for AP CRDA appointed Amaravathi sources stated that the YSR Congress MLA from Mangalagiri, Alla Ramakrishna Reddy, has been appointed as Chairman of the Andhra Pradesh Capital Region Development Authority (AP CRDA) on Thursday. Reportedly Ramakrishna Reddy, who is popular as RK, defeated Telugu Desam Party (TDP) national general secretary and former IT minister Nara Lokesh at Mangalagiri in the recently concluded election.
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