AP council abolition likely to be delayed

By iDream Post Mar. 24, 2020, 07:14 pm IST
AP council abolition likely to be delayed

The abolishion bill for AP legislative council likely to be delayed for some more time. The union government didn't consider the bill sent by the AP state government and it's not tabled in Loksabha during this sessions. Recently the Lok Sabha is adjourned for threw more months Actually the chief minister of Andhrapradesh YS Jagan mohan Reddy expected that the abolishion bill which was sent by him would be passed in this session in Lok Sabha but it's no happened.
YSRC leaders have been saying that the Union home ministry would introduce a bill in Parliament on abolition of AP legislative council, resolution for which was passed in the state assembly last month.

Actually Jagan Mohan Reddy reportedly taken up the council abolition issue with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and home minister Amit Shah, stating that the legislative council had become a major hurdle in the way of implementation of several decisions taken by his government.

Jagan had been strongly upset with legislative council chairman M A Shariff referring the two bills on state capital shift and APCRDA abolition to the select committee.

Later a bill was passed in AP legislative assembly on abolishing of council and sent the bill to Loksabha for further action. But due to Corona affect the parliament is adjourned and it's unclear when the lok sabha would be re assemble and take decision on this bill.Till the bill is passed in Lok sabha the council would be in active mode and the ambition of YS Jagan mohan Reddy is not materialized.

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