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Andhra Pradesh woman delivers baby on road after Tirupati Maternity Hospital denies admission

The woman delivered the baby with the help of a man who was primarily a health center worker.

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Andhra Pradesh woman delivers baby on road

A heart-wrenching video has gone viral on social media in which a woman is seen delivering a baby on road in front of a maternity hospital after the hospital denied admitting her. The incident is from Andhra Pradesh’s Tirupati.

According to the reports, the pregnant woman reached the 100-bed Tirupati Maternity Hospital after she suffered labour pain. However, the hospital staff allegedly denied her admission because no one was accompanying her. The woman was then forced to deliver the baby on the road.

The woman began having intense labour pain and started screaming in pain as soon as she came out of the hospital. The people who were nearby immediately rushed for help.

The woman delivered the baby with the help of a man who was primarily a health center worker. Other women were seen covering the pregnant woman by holding a bedsheet. The woman and the baby were then admitted to the hospital.

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Additionally, Srihari stressed that pregnant women would not be denied entry to the hospital even if there isn’t any attendant.

K Venkataramana Reddy, the district collector of Tirupati, summoned DMHO Srihari as well. Additionally, he has given DMHO instructions to file a report on the baby’s delivery on the road in front of the maternity hospital. She also called it a terrible incident and urged for a detailed investigation.

The hospital authorities said they were unaware of her pregnancy as she never consulted the doctors at the hospital. Meanwhile, Srihari, the district health official for Tirupati, order a probe into the matter. He also said that strict action will be taken against those who were found guilty.

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BJP releases list of candidates for Arunachal Pradesh, West Bengal bypolls

The BJP has announced the party’s list of candidates for the upcoming bye-polls in Andhra Pradesh and West Bengal.

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West Bengal bypolls

The BJP has announced the party’s list of candidates for the upcoming bye-polls in Andhra Pradesh and West Bengal.

On Wednesday, the BJP’s Central Election Committee (CEC) revealed the list of candidates for upcoming elections in the two states. According to the list, Tsering Lhamu will contest from Arunachal Pradesh’s Lumla (ST) seat and Dilip Saha from West Bengal’s Sagardighi seat.

The Election Commission in January announced the schedule for the bye-elections to six assembly seats across five states; one each in Arunachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, West Bengal, Tamil Nadu and two assembly constituencies in Maharashtra.

Besides, the parliamentary constituency of Lakshadweep will also vote in bypolls on February 27.

Lumla constituency seat was vacant after the death of BJP leader Jambey Tashi and Ramgarh seat in Jharkhand was vacated by Congress leader Mamta Devi after being disqualified.

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Similarly, Lakshadweep’s parliamentary constituency will go to the polls due to the disqualification of Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Mohammed Faizal PP.

The demise of Congress leader Thiru E Thirumahan Everaa and Trinamool Congress (TMC)leader Subrata Saha led to seats of Erode in Tamil Nadu (east) and Sagardighi in West Bengal being vacated respectively.

Similarly, deaths of BJP leaders Mukta Shailesh Tilak and Laxman Pandurang Jagtap necessitated elections in Maharashtra’s Kasba Peth and Chinchwad respectively.

The votes will be counted on March 2. The last date for filing for nominations is February 7, the nominations will be scrutinized on February 8 while February 10 has been set as last date for withdrawal of candidatures.

The EC also announced the schedule for Assembly elections in northeastern states of Tripura, Meghalaya and Nagaland to be held in February-March this year. The results of all three states will be declared on March 2, 2023.

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Visakhapatnam to be the new capital of Andhra Pradesh, says CM Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy

CM Reddy had also told the officials to find space for residences and offices for all to start from Vishakhapatnam.

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CM Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy

On Tuesday, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy announced that Visakhapatnam would become the state’s new capital in the coming months. The YSR Congress chief’s remarks came as the Supreme Court was hearing the case of developing Amravati as the state capital of South India.

The decision to choose a new capital for Andhra comes nine years after the state of Telangana was carved off from its territory and given Hyderabad as its capital.

CM Reddy invited investors and industrialists to Vishakhapatnam, where the global investment summit is scheduled for March 3 and 4, this year, during a speech at a global investors conference in Delhi. He also stated that he would be relocating to Visakhapatnam in the coming months.

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The capital of Andhra Pradesh has always been the talk of the town. Earlier in 2015, the then Chief Minister of state Chandrababu Naidu said Amaravati would be the capital but, five years later, a proposal to have three capital cities was floated.

Under that scheme, Visakhapatnam and Kurnool would join Amaravati; the latter would be the legislative centre of power, Kurnool the judicial capital, and Visakhapatnam the executive capital of Andhra Pradesh. However, in March 2022, the court ruled against the plan to have three capitals and told the government to develop Amravati.

CM Reddy had also told the officials to find space for residences and offices for all to start from Vishakhapatnam.

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Andhra Pradesh: Clash between TDP-YSR workers in Palnadu, workers of both parties pelt stones at each other, started arson; Section-144 imposed

Anantha Venkatarami Reddy, brother of local MLA Pinnelli Ramakrishna Reddy, said that YSRCP workers not only torched the cars of their party leaders, but also torched shops belonging to TDP supporters.

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Andhra Pradesh: Clash between TDP-YSR workers in Palnadu, workers of both parties pelt stones at each other, started arson; Section 144 imposed

Violent clashes broke out between workers of Telugu Desam Party (TDP) and YSR Congress Party (YSRCP) in Andhra Pradesh’s Palnadu district on Friday late evening. Seeing the matter escalating, the police charged lathis to pacify the crowd. The incident took place in Macherla area in the district. At present section-144 has been imposed here.

The TDP workers were reportedly going to rally against the YSRCP government in Macherla village here. Workers of both the parties clashed with each other and started pelting stones. In this, people on both sides were injured. Several houses and vehicles were torched in the violent clash. Now both the parties are accusing each other of inciting violence.

Blame game begins

The TDP says that YSRCP workers set fire to its office and to the vehicle of its leaders, while the ruling party says that its workers were injured by Telugu Desam Party workers in the clash.

TDP chief and former Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu has asked the Guntur DIG about the attack that when the situation in Macherla became so serious, why did the police not act?

TDP accuses police of helping instigate violence

Anantha Venkatarami Reddy, brother of local MLA Pinnelli Ramakrishna Reddy, said that YSRCP workers not only torched the cars of their party leaders, but also torched shops belonging to TDP supporters. He also claimed that when the workers of the ruling party went on a rampage, the local police watched silently and made no effort to stop them.

Some people with criminal history pelted stones at opponents in a programme in Macherla town, Palnadu district: Y Ravi Sankar Reddy, Palnadu SP

Situation under control, section-144 imposed across district, says police

Palnadu SP Y Ravi Shankar Reddy said that some people with criminal background pelted stones at their counterparts in Macherla village of Palnadu district.

Several houses and offices were torched in Macherla area during clashes between workers of both the parties.

Those involved in the attack have been arrested and the situation is under control. At present section-144 has been imposed.

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