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Repeal of Land Titling Act promised

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TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu said that if the Land Titling Act comes into force the people have no security on their lands and promised to rescind the legislation immediately after the TDP-led NDA comes to power.
Addressing a public meeting at Pathapatnam, Naidu promised to complete the remaining works of the Polavaram project with the cooperation of the Centre. He assured the government employees of setting up a better Pay Revision Commission (PRC) and clearing all the pending dues to them.
He promised to control the prices of all products immediately after coming back to power and said that the Integrated Tribal Development Agency (ITDA) would be strengthened to get better benefits and facilities for all the Girijans in the State.
He promised to come to the rescue of the Vamsadhara displaced and clarified that the alliance is only for the welfare and benefit of the State and termed the Jana Sena chief, Pawan Kalyan, as a real hero even in real life. He is confident that the BJP is coming back to power at the Centre and made it clear that the alliance is for the benefit of employment for the youth, for the security of women and the welfare of the farming community.
The majority of the daily-wage labourers are from the Srikakulam district, he said and stated that Srikakulam Colonies exist even in cities like Hyderabad, New Delhi and Vijayawada. “The immediate need is to employ in the district to check these migrations. If proper education is provided to the youth this is possible and they will get employment in this area itself,” he said. Maintaining that the suicides of farmers have risen alarmingly in the past three to four years, Naidu said this is because the farming sector is hit hard in the YSRCP rule. “Immediately after we come to power Minimum Support Price (MSP) will be provided for all the farm products and crop insurance will be implemented,” he stated.

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