VIJAYAWADA: Endowments minister Velampalli Srinivasa Rao announced that the state government is sincere in resolving the issue of Brahmamgari Matham.
Speaking at an event organised on Saturday in Vijayawada on formation of Andhra Pradesh Viswa Brahmin Sangham (APVBS), he said YSR Congress government led by Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy is striving for development of all communities.
In this context, Srinivasa Rao underlined that the state government is in talks with heirs of Brahmamgari Matham for arriving at a decision acceptable to all. He pointed out that there had been no corporation for development Viswa Brahmin community. The Chief Minister thus made it a point to form a corporation for them.
APVBS president Pavuluri Hanumantha Rao said there are 25 lakh Viswa Brahmins in the state. Since their issues and problems have not been resolved yet, they have formed their own sangham.
APVBS official spokesperson Vinukonda Subba Rao said after the government appointed Tolethi Srikanth as chairman of Viswa Brahmin Welfare Board, Subba Rao had swindled Rs. 16 lakh. He sought stern action from the government in this regard.
APVBS working president Manoharachari, chairman A. Govardhan Sastry and other leaders addressed the gathering on the occasion....