www.thehansindia.com WARANGAL MONDAY 11 FEBRUARY 2019 PAGES 20 `5.00 Forecast: Showers late. Increasing cloudiness Temp: Max.30C. Min.18°C. Humidity: 41% Sunrise: 06:41 Sunset: 06:10 BJP’s Mukul Roy booked for TMC MLA murder Kolkata: BJP leader Mukul Roy was named in a police complaint here on Sunday in the Trinamool Congress legislator Satyajit Biswas murder case, police said. Biswas, a popular Dalit leader, was shot dead by unidentified assailants while he was attending a Saraswati Puja programme in the Nadia district on Saturday. Biswas represented Krishnaganj constituency in the West Bengal Assembly. "Two accused, Kartick Mondol and Sujit Mondol, have been arrested," a senior police officer said. The TMC and the BJP have been engaged in a bitter war of words since the killing. 8 P7 STATE WINDOWS BUSINESS H Simultaneously published from Hyderabad | Warangal | Tirupati | Amaravati | Visakhapatnam | Khammam | Kurnool | Delhi H TWO MONTHS ON, NO FULL STATE CABINET IN SIGHT GOYAL PITCHES FOR PRINTING CURRENCY TO FINANCE DEFICIT NAIDU FAILED TO USE CENTRAL FUNDS: MODI Naidu hits back, says his ﬁght is not personal MD AMEEN n Chandrababu betrayed NTR, now Vijayawada: It was a day of war of words between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu. While Modi launched a blistering attack on Naidu, the Chief Minister hit back at Modi stating that his fight against the Centre was not personal. He said he was opposing the dominance of Delhi over states and was strictly following the footsteps of TDP founder president N T Rama Rao. Addressing a public meeting on Sunday after the distribution of house site pattas at the Indira Gandhi Municipal Corporation Stadium here on Sunday, Naidu, for the first time, even referred to the wife of Modi and said that family structure and values were very important in any society. Modi too has a family, but he never bothered about his own wife, he said and added that he was making this comment out of agony and anguish. replicating Centre’s schemes: PM M SHYAM SUNDAR Guntur: In a blistering attack on the AP government, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu was having sleepless nights as the chowkidar was insisting on account for every rupee given to the state from the Centre. “Naidu did not like this and hence he took Uturn, came out of the NDA and was now latching on to the lap of the Congress, he said. Addressing a public meeting amidst protests from all political parties, NGOs and social organisations and activists except the main Opposition YSRCP, the Prime Minister targeted the Chief Minister and his son N Lokesh and accused them of corruption. Modi said that Naidu had ignored the state’s development and had joined the ‘Mahamilavat’. He said the Opposition alliance consists of parties who had cheated the people • Naidu spending sleepless nights as chowkidar asking for accounts’ • He promised to make AP a Sunrise state, but made his ‘son rise’ • Yes, I agree, you are senior in backstabbing your own father-in-law • Naidu’s Monday Deeksha more of a photo session • NDA govt is committed to work for AP devpt, says Modi Yes, Lokesh is my son, can you admit Yashodaben as your wife, asks Naidu and the country and those whom the law was now catching up with. Modi criticised Naidu using all the abuses available in a dictionary. He said the people of Andhra have great culture but ‘Babu garu’ was insulting the great culture. Continued on Page 4 AP CM’s OPEN LETTER TO PM Pins him on SCS promise HANS NEWS SERVICE ‘I am watchman, I want accounts’ Guntur: Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the watchman government is asking Naidu to account for every single paisa given by the Centre. “While Naidu spends public money holding photo sessions and public meetings to abuse me, we are spending party money for public meetings,” he said. Modi appealed to the people of the state to wake up and learn that their Chief Minister is spending their money for Delhi trips. On TDP’s protest with the slogan ‘Modi go back’, the PM said he was thankful to Naidu and people of Andhra because they have asked him to go back and take care of the power at the Centre in Delhi. He said he was confident that the people of the country will fulfil this wish of the people of Andhra. Referring to the black balloons hoisted against him, Modi said that these black balloons would work like black spots on the cheeks of young people to evade evil looks. PM MODI ON INAUGURATION SPREE P4 TS lags in emergency medicine MAHESH AVADHUTHA Hyderabad: Though the elective medical treatment and surgery in state-run hospitals in Telangana is found to be encouraging, courtesy of various steps and initiatives taken up by the TRS government, a lot needs to be done as far as emergency medicine is concerned. No staterun hospital in the state has such a department although they have many different broad and super-specialities. Part of this problem is also related to the lack of presence of PG (Emergency Medicine) course in state-run medical colleges. Patients of grievous injuries to their head or any part of the body could be saved if given proper treatment in the golden hour. In emergency medicine, “Golden Hour” refers to the immediate onehour time period following a traumatic injury, during which, chances of pre- l l No govt medical college has this dept or PG course Emergency medicine important as elective medical treatment venting death by way of prompt medical treatment are the highest. Emergency medicine (EM) specialists deployed in casualty and ICU wards in a hospital attend to critical cases and stabilize their medical condition and later hand them over to specialist doctors to start necessary treatment. Medicos pursuing emergency medicine are well trained to give preliminary treatment to patients coming with any kind of injuries, chest, respiratory, orthopaedic related issues and stabilize their health condition for the next three to four hours before specialist doctors take over. Even they are given the training to perform delivery for a pregnant woman in case of deteriorating health condition. Due to lack of emergency medicine specialists, it is mostly MBBS doctors and interns, who are discharging duties in casualty wards in big tertiary hospitals in the city. Telangana Junior Doctors have been urging the government to establish an Emergency Medicine (EM) department for quite some time. Continued on Page 4 ‘I am worried about Gadkari’ Pawar quips over Union minister’s projection as an alternative to Modi Pune: Nationalist Congress Party president Sharad Pawar said that he was “worried” about Union minister Nitin Gadkari as he is being projected as a possible alternative to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Gadkari, a senior BJP leader, was recently in news when he was seen as taking swipes at his party’s top leadership after the Assembly poll losses in three states. The Union minister's "one who cannot take care of home, cannot manage the country" remark also came when the Opposition was tar- Continued on Page 4 geting Modi over his handling of the Rafale deal and farmers’ agitations. The 61-year-old, who is seen to share good relations across party lines, has been suggested as a possible contender for prime minister if the BJP falls short of the magic number in the Lok Sabha elections, due in May. Talking to reporters at Solapur in Maharashtra, Pawar said to a question, “Gadkari is my friend. We have worked together. There is talk about his name being pushed (as an alternative to Modi) and because of that I am worried about him.” He did not elaborate further. Talking about alliances in the state for Lok Sabha polls, Pawar said his party was not engaged in any talks for a tie-up with Raj Thackeray-led Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS). “Raj Thackeray has a great deal of support from the youth. But we have not had any talks regarding any agreement pertaining to elections with his party,” said Pawar. He discusses public issues with the MNS chief often, but there has been no discussion about working together in the election, he added. Vijayawada: Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu on Sunday wrote an open letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi asking him to fulﬁl the promises made during the bifurcation and do justice to the ﬁve-crore people of Andhra Pradesh. He wrote this letter marking the visit of Modi to Guntur city on Sunday. In his detailed letter, the CM pointed out that the people of Andhra Pradesh are angry with the Central government and the Prime Minister for not fulﬁlling the assurances given in Bifurcation Act and not according Special Category Status to the state. Naidu said in the letter that the PM also knew that the BJP also played key role in the bifurcation of the state irrationally. He said the Prime Minister has assured the people that he would save both mother and child but failed to fulﬁl the same. He asked the PM to recollect what he had said during the meetings in Nellore, Tirupati, Madanapalle, Bhimavaram and Guntur. Naidu said the Prime Minister gave only a pot of soil and water to the people of Andhra Pradesh and did nothing to help in the construction of the capital. He questioned as to how a world class capital could be built with Rs 1500 crore sanctioned by the Centre. He said the Central government had not taken a decision on the Dugarajapatnam port, Kadapa steel plant, Vizag railway zone and allocating meagre funds for the construction of national institutions mentioned in the Act. Continued on Page 4
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