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Ajeya Kallam might be sacked?

Ajeya Kallam might be sacked?
Ajeya Kallam might be sacked?

Former Chief Secretary of Andhra Pradesh Ajeya Kallam name getting popular in the state after he was retired from the services. Ajeya Kallam starts dig at CBN soon after his retirement and make statements against PPAs and even Capital Amravati. No one knows why Ajeya Kallam went against CBN govt after his retirement. Most of the people even don’t know about his caste when he was in service. It seems that jagan gave preference to Ajeya Kallam before the general elections on various issues.

The retired officer was known to his honesty and discipline and hailed from Guntur district. Ajeya Kallam was appointed as Principal Advisor to Chief Minister YS jagan with 2.5 lakh monthly salary and cabinet rank. It seems that situation has changed and jagan not interested on Ajeya Kallam’s advices. jagan government faced difficulty on PPAs and retendering on Polavaram. Central Government and even High Court also have not willing on Government decisions. YSRCP leader’s statements on Amravati capital create lot of confusion among the people.

Reportedly, jagan felt that this happened because of lack of enough guidance from Ajeya Kallam. YSRCP leaders feel that Ajeya Kallam didn’t convince the court on sufficient reasons for retendering to Polavaram. Ajeya Kallam didn’t explain to the ministers on proposal of Amaravati and why he opposed the proposal now, so that they can get clarity on Amravati. Every minister made one statement and even they don’t know why they opposed Amravati capital. This causes lot of damage among the people in CRDA region. Whatever damage happened to YSRCP it was happened with Botsa and others statements on Amravati. YSRCP find fault on Principal Advisor on all these mistakes.

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