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Does SAKSHI assume that AP People are blind?

Does SAKSHI assume that AP People are blind?
Does SAKSHI assume that AP People are blind?
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Polavaram Project Authority was held a meeting with AP irrigation officials to review the government order to go for reverse tendering on Polavaram project. All print media in AP published the news in same manner only SAKSHI was published differently. Satyamewajeyathe is the caption of SAKSHI daily. Everyone knows that SAKSHI is pro media for YSRCP. It is the second highest circulated daily in Telugu states. As per the sources, PPA expressed any mistake towards Navayuga Constructions on Polavaram project.

In addition to that, PPA lauds Navayuga for doing its work as per the guidelines set by the Central Govt and Central Water Commission (CWC). PPA questioned AP officials on need for going reverse tendering. It also asked the government on allegations of misuse of funds by then TDP Govt. This is what happened during the meeting. Every print media published that PPA is not willing for reverse tendering proposed by State govt. SAKSHI put banner item as PPA gave green signal for reverse tendering. Viewers would able to decide which one is genuine and which is fake?

EENADU – Loss to Government with Reverse Tendering

Andhra Jyothy – Why Reverse?

PrajaSakthi – Going for Reverse is not correct

Andhra Prabha – Reverse Tendering delay and financially burden

Times of india – PPA cautious AP on POlavaram Reverse Tendering

The Hans india – Polavaram Authority averse on Reverse Tendering

Deccan Chronicle – PPA opposes AP move on Polavaram

SAKSHI – Green Signal to Reverse Tender


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