Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu recently held a review meeting on Polavaram
project works and Capital infrastructure works which did not go down well with
the Election Commission. When realizing this based on the complaint by YSR
Congress leaders, Election Commission sent orders to the state government that
it cannot hold meetings.
Furthermore the reason given by the Election Commission is that the Model Code of Conduct still stands in the state and hence, such meetings have to be restricted until May 23rd, the results day. Hence following this order by the EC, government officials and IAS officers are apparently confused and on one side, the schemes and orders passed before the Model Code came into effect has become difficult to implement. Moreover officials' apathy giving model code as a reason has also created a lot of pending issues and grievances too are not being attended to.
Apparently IAS officers are confused whether they should attend the CM's meeting keeping model code in mind or the fact that the Chief Minister would be angry with them. It looks like the Election Commission's order has brought everything to a grinding halt.
Janasena Lost Deposits 121 Seats of the Total 137 Seats it Contested Janasena President Pawan Kalyan has suffered a humiliating defeat in his maiden Elections. Pawan Kalyan contested from two seats — Bhimavaram and Gajuwaka and lost from both of them. Janasena has managed to just open its account with one seat from Razole (East Godavari). Here are further insights into the massive disaster result of Janasena.
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