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November 02, 2016

Letter for Sri Narendra Modi, Honourable Prime Minister of India

  webmaster       November 02, 2016
Letter for Sri Narendra Modi, Honourable Prime Minister of India

A letter received from email by J.V. Ramana Reddy jvramana reddy <jvrindia@gmail.com>  ... text is given below...

Sri Narendra Modi
                               24.10.2016

Honourable Prime Minister of India

New Delhi.



Dear Sir,





you are asking people to write to you about problems to get relief
from your government.

We  addressed letters to your Information and Broadcasting minister a
year ago about telecast of DD Saptagiri by Sun Direct. We have
received no response till now.

Sir, we request you whether it is obligatory on all TV Channels to
televise DD Programmes or not?



Please advise your Cabinet Members to discharge their duties first and
 later let them flatter.





           With regards,



Yours sincerely,



 J.V. Ramana Reddy,

S R Sankaran Grama Chaitanya Kendram,

Kommaneturu colony, Gudur Mandal,

Nellore District, Andhra Pradesh – 524 406







Enclosures:



Attached copies of letters addressed to concerned ministers and the
same sent to you.


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Sri Arun Jjaitley,                                                                                05.10.2015.
Cabinet Minister for Information & Broadcasting,
Government of India,
New Delhi.                                                                                        .

Dear Sir,

We write this letter to urge you to act immediately to halt an unethical practice evidently supported by officials in your ministry.

As per the government orders, all TV providers are supposed to televise Doordarshan programmes.

However, it has come to our notice recently that Sun Direct  a Direct to Home television service provider is not telecasting Door Darshan Saptagiri channel.

This is causing hardships for the subscribers in places where Sun Direct is the dominant service provider. But more than an issue of consumer choice, this is a direct affront to the Government policy.

We believe that this is happening with the connivance of your officials.

We hope you will take necessary action immediately.


With regards,

Yours sincerely,


J.V. Ramana Reddy,
S R Sankaran Grama Chaitanya Kendram,
Kommaneturu colony, Gudur Mandal,
Nellore District, Andhra Pradesh – 524 406



Sri Arun Jjaitley,                                                                               28.11.2015.
Cabinet Minister for Information & Broadcasting,
Government of India,
New Delhi.      
Dear Sir,
We  have  brought to your notice how your ministry is functioning on 5.10.2015?
It seems you are not bothered  how it functions other than your self-propaganda   Otherwise why you have not instructed to see all DD programmes be televised by all TV providers.
We request you to instruct the Sun Direct to follow Government policy  strictly and telecast Door Darshan Saptagiri channel also.
We hope you will take necessary action.

With regards,

Yours sincerely,


J.V. Ramana Reddy,
S R Sankaran Grama Chaitanya Kendram,
Kommaneturu colony, Gudur Mandal,
Nellore District, Andhra Pradesh – 524 406
                               

 


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