Azad’s letter to CM in dustbin at CMO
The union minister of health and AICC in charge of AP affairs, Gulam Nabi Aazad’s letter to the chief minister was found in the dust bin at Chief Minister’s Office. This incident was brought to light by one of the vernacular news channels in the state, ABN Andhra Jyothi. The journalist who went to the CMO to gather some information saw something that made everyone astonished. The glittering letter in the dustbin was actually a proposal letter from the Centre to the chief minister, Kiran Kumar Reddy on setting up of nursing colleges for strengthening the health sector.
The letter asked the chief minister Kiran Kumar Reddy to look into the shortage of nursing colleges and said the Centre was ready to set up a few nursing colleges in the state with its fund. In his letter, Mr. Azad has requested the chief minister to direct the officials and give necessary proposals to the Centre.
Severe criticism from the opposition:
The opposition parties are taking on the chief minister Kiran Kumar Reddy over the entire episode. The TDP supremo Chandrababu Naidu has said that the memorandum of requests and other letters to the chief minister are going into dustbins.
Imagine a letter that has to be kept in file was found in the dustbin. This clearly shows that Kiran sarkar has apparently become careless towards the issues in the state. (Phani)
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