Gov. Narasimhan To Be Elevated As Vice President Of India?

New Delhi: Vice President Of India, Amid Ansari will complete his second five year term by August this year. A few names are on cards for replacing Ansari. E.L.Narasimhan, Governor of Telugu States, is one of the names heard in Delhi circles.

Narasimhan’s second term as Governor ends on May 3, who is the only UPA appointed Governor to survive under NDA Rule. Narasimhan’s views, tips during Surgical Strikes along POK impressed PM Narendra Modi, who wants to elevate Narasimhan as Vice President. Even Narendra Modi was impressed with Narasimhan’s performance as Governor and the balancing act between two Telugu states after bifurcation.

Narasimhan was a close friend of National Security Advisor Ajith Dowal. He worked as Chief of IB for Chhattisgarh up to 2007.

Many names are circulating for post of President. L.K.Advani, RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat and Speaker Sumithra Mahajan are prominent among them. PM Modi, known for taking sensational decisions., was tight lipped and has been maintaining top secrecy.

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Harish responds to Revanth plea to solve farmers’ problems

Hyderabad: Telangana TDP working president A Revanth Reddy, who was spearheading agitation in the Enumamuka agriculture market in Warangal District on farmers’ problems , today spoke to Irrigation Minister T Harish Rao on telephone and pleaded with him to help the farmers get remunerative price for chilli and red gram. 

When Revanth Reddy urged the minister to ensure minimum support prices for mirchi and kandi   (chilli and pulses crop), Harish Rao responded positively and assured him that the State government would buy the products at reasonable prices.

The TTDP today organized a rally highlighting farmers’ problems from Enumamulu agriculture market to the district headquarters. Party leaders Ravula Prakash Reddy, Sitakka and others participated in the rally.

Meanwhile, a TDP delegation, led by State party president L Ramana, called on Governor E S L Narasimhan on people’s problems. They discussed with the Governor on the present political situation in the State as well the State government’s negligent attitude towards the government hospitals.

Speaking to the media later, Ramana demanded that Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao release funds liberally to run the government hospitals effectively.

Senior party leaders Ravula Chandrasekhar Reddy, Motkupally Narsimhulu, Sobharani and others were in the delegation. (NSS)

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