The Andhra Pradesh authorities’s proposal to rename the NTR college of well being Sciences(NTRUHS) after former Chief Minister late Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy has met with stiff resistance in Kadapa, Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy’s dwelling district.
Leaders throughout the social and political spectrums have demanded that the federal authorities drop the transfer.
TDP Politburo member and Kadapa parliamentary constituency candidate R. Sreenivasa Reddy mentioned the transfer mirrored YSRCP’s hatred in the direction of N.T. Rama Rao.
“The Chief Minister has usurped ₹450 crore from the college’s coffers, leaving no funds even for its convocation, and has now stolen its title,” he fumed.
Former Minister Somireddy Chandramohan Reddy questioned how YSR might match inside the title of the college that was established by late NTR method again in 1986.
“It was in 1996 that the then Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu named it after its founder. Even YSR wouldn’t have appreciated the transfer to rename the college after him, he mentioned, urging the YSRC authorities to imagine past undoing the good work accomplished by its predecessors.
TDP State Organising Secretary Balisetty Hariprasad led a crew of celebration activists in performing ‘paalabhishekam’ to the statue of N.T. Rama Rao in Kadapa.
“YSR had nothing to his credit rating by the objective the age-outdated institution was established,” he mentioned.
In Kamalapuram, State Secretary Kasibhatla Satya Sainath Sharma staged a rasta roko at Ambedkar Circle.
The ‘hurried and hushed’ method through which the difficulty was taken up on-line inside the cupboard meeting reveals the federal authorities’s mala fide intention, he mentioned.
Andhra Pradesh Congress Committee(APCC) working president N. Thulasi Reddy dubbed the transfer as ‘unethical’ and ‘unfortunate’.
“regardless of having pretty simply a few schemes named after YSR, why is it nonetheless obligatory for the Chief Minister to rename NTRUHS too after YSR?”, he questioned, interesting to him to shun nurturing such ‘extreme ideas’.
BJP State spokesperson G. Bhanuprakash Reddy condemned the transfer and urged the rulers to go away a strong imprint on the hearts of the people, reasonably than taking such beauty steps.