Political families holding sway for decades responsible for backwardness of Vizianagaram, Srikakulam districts: Pulsus Group CEO

Mass migration of middle aged people in search of greener pastures is causing untold miseries, says Gedela Srinubabu

Published - April 07, 2024 06:45 pm IST - VIZIANAGARAM

Pulsus Group CEO Gedela Srinubabu addressing a roundtable in Vizianagaram on Sunday.

Pulsus Group CEO Gedela Srinubabu addressing a roundtable in Vizianagaram on Sunday.

A few political families that have been pulling the strings in the corridors of power for the last five decades are responsible for the backwardness of the Vizianagaram and Srikakulam districts, alleges A.P. Backward Classes Association leader Gedela Srinubabu.

Addressing the media after conducting a roundtable on the backwardness of and opportunities in the North Andhra region here on Sunday, Mr. Srinubabu, who is also CEO of Pulsus Group, said thousands of youngsters were being forced to migrate to other cities in search of greener pastures because of continued backwardness and closure of industries in Vizianagaram district.

“While the political families are getting richer with each passing year, the people’s income sources are dwindling. The mass migration of middle aged people is causing untold miseries for the elderly people,” Mr. Srinubabu observed.

He promised to create employment opportunities for the youth by expanding the activities of his group in backward region.

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