Chiranjeevi – English News Paper Articles on 14 February 2009

Mahila Rajyam protests against price rise

 TDP, Congress blamed for present crisis

PRP promises prohibition in phases

 VIZIANAGARAM:

Women belonging to Mahila Rajyam, women’s wing of the Praja Rajyam Party, on Friday staged a dharna at the Collector’s Office against the government’s failure to control prices of essential commodities in the market. The dharna was staged as part of the week-long programme of the Mahila Rajyam.

District convenor of Mahila Rajyam Meesala Geetha and State organising secretary A. Katyayani and PRP district convenor M. Venkataramana told reporters that due to the asymmetrical policies of the Congress government, the living condition of the poor and the middle class people was severely affected.

Ms. Geetha said that the prevailing situation was due to wrong policies of the TDP and the Congress governments and called upon the electorate to vote PRP for good governance.

She said that though the Chief Min

 

Chiru confident of victory

SATTENAPALLI (GUNTUR):

Praja Rajyam Party will contest from Lok Sabha seats in Orissa, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu in the areas where sizeable population of Telugu-speaking people reside, party founder K. Chiranjeevi announced on Friday.

Expressing confidence that the party would be voted to power in the coming elections, he decried the attitude of the TDP and the Congress towards formation of separate Telangana and promised to pass a resolution in the Assembly as soon he came to power.

Talking to mediapersons at Visapalem, he termed the statement of Chief Minister Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy on separate Telangana in the Assembly on the last day of the session a deliberate attempt to divert the attention of the people and the opposition parties from the corruption charges on Saakshi.

‘Irrelevant statement’

Mr. Chiranjeevi, before setting out on the Praja Ankita Yatra on the fifth day from Visapalem near Narsaraopet, took a dig at Dr. Reddy saying: “If he could not get separate Telangana in four and half years, what can Congress do in 45 days?” 

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