AP ex Chief Minister who signed MOU with Singapore Minister 2014, under house arrest
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Andhra Pradesh ex Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu who signed First-Of-Its-Kind MOU with Singapore Minister in 2014 , Today Under House Arrest; Cops Lock Gates.

Chandrababu Naidu was on Wednesday morning put under preventive detention at a time when he along with his party workers were set to take out 'Chalo Atmakur' rally.

The former Andhra Pradesh chief minister following the house arrest sat on a hunger strike to protest against the said move.Naidu sat on a fast at around 8 am and will continue till 8 pm.

His son was also put under preventive detention at their residence, following an altercation with the police (ANI)
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This guy, once upon a time we trusted is going to put Singapore on the world map.
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35-Year-Old Rivalry Between Reddy and Naidu Families Pushes Andhra Pradesh to the Brink Again
By preventing the TDP cadre from marching to Athmakur near Guntur, where the alleged atrocities took place, the Jagan government has given enough airtime to the TDP, which was highly demoralised after the serious drubbing at polls.
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Was there corruption involved?
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12-9-2019 7:55 AM
cnna said:
Was there corruption involved?
Your guess?

Municipal Administration Minister Botcha Satyanarayana asserted on Sunday that corruption was evident from the manner in which projects had been sanctioned and implemented in Amaravati.

He alleged that there were many scandals, which mainly included purchase of land around Amaravati by vested interests in the run-up to its declaration as the State capital.

Further, allotment of land at different rates to various parties, gifting away of 1,700 acres (6.88 sq km area) to Singapore companies, and awarding projects to just about six companies were all questionable.


The residence of former Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu was itself an illegal structure.

“There would be 1,000 such scandals if one digs out the misdeeds of the previous government,” he quipped, pointing out that tenders worth ₹36,000 crore were invited in just two months before the elections and the government was looking into tenders amounting to a whopping ₹1,09,000 crore.
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12-9-2019 7:55 AM
cnna said:
Was there corruption involved?

Refer to Keppel. Rolling on the flor laughing
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12-9-2019 8:58 AM
fisherx said:
Rolling on the flor laughing Rolling on the flor laughing Rolling on the flor laughing

Temasek showing signs to distance herself away Andhra Pradesh, India.
1 July 2019

Singapore-based investor CapitaLand Ltd on Sunday said it has completed the purchase of
Temasek Holdings-owned Ascendas-Singbridge Pte. Ltd. for $ 8 bn.

The deal creates one of Asia’s largest diversified real estate groups with over S$123 billion of assets
under management (AUM).

Resulted Temasek owns 51% of Capitaland.
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12-9-2019 9:17 AM
Notdumb said:
Refer to Keppel. Rolling on the flor laughing

KOM Brazil was the biggest joke

All still alive today
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The Straits Times
10 September 2019

The zombie project, mothballed since the state elected Mr Jagan Mohan Reddy as its new Chief Minister in May, came up for discussion at the India Singapore Business and Innovation Summit.

India's visiting Foreign Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar ducked the question when asked yesterday by Singapore's Ambassador-at-large Tommy Koh if the project was "sick, very sick or dead".

It was a decision for the state rather than the federal government, Mr Jaishankar said.
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