Jagan meets Andhra governor

Jagan meets Andhra governor - Sakshi Post

The YSR Congress party on Thursday again urged Andhra Preadesh Governor E.S.L. Narasimhan to immediately convene the state assembly to pass a resolution to keep the state united.

A delegation of party leaders led by president YS Jaganmohan Reddy called on the governor at Raj Bhavan and submitted a memorandum.
This was the second time Jagan, as the young leader is popularly known, has met the governor to demand an assembly session. He had called on the governor Sep 30.
Jagan said that only by passing a resolution and sending the same to the central government, the process for the state's bifurcation could be stalled.

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Sri E S L Narasimhan garu,
His Excellency, the Governor of
Andhra Pradesh,
Rajbhavan
HYDERABAD

Respected Sir,
We reiterate that a special session of the Assembly should be convened before the draft bill comes to Assembly for its views on the issue of the bifurcation of the State, and to table a resolution against the division in the larger interest of people in order to safeguard the prospects of the future generations.
It will not be out of place to mention here that we have submitted a letter to you on 30 September seeking your intervention in convening the Assembly ahead of the Cabinet note which is the tradition.
We also tried to impress on Your Excellency, that the Assembly session would enable the elected representatives and Parties to express their respective stand and also to adopt a resolution against the division of process which would have stalled this arbitrary division.
A letter with similar concern and content was also written to the Chief Minister, Shri N Kiran Kumar Reddy as well on 26 September. But our viewpoint was not considered favourably.
As the cabinet note has been approved now and the pace of the division process has increased with the Group of Ministers (GoM) taking stock of situation in its first sitting and chalking out the action plan to expedite the splitting of the State ignoring the popular mood of the State, we once again seek your High Office to intervene and convene the Assembly to discuss the issue threadbare and table a resolution against the division of the state before the draft bill is prepared.
The outcome will be in accordance to the mood of House and the majority will that should prevail. Once again we request you to convene a session to pass a resolution against the bifurcation so as to mount pressure on the central Government to not go ahead against this injustice & to display our resentment to the entire nation before it is too late. This injustice for the sake of a few votes & seats ignoring the tradition of having an Assembly resolution in place is not right.
As a responsible Political party having 18 members in Assembly and two Members in Lok Sabha and in the interest of 60 % of the State’s population that has expressed its resentment through various forms of protests for more than 70 days, we once again urge you to intervene and direct the State Government to convene a special session to facilitate passing a resolution against the division before it is too late.
At least now before the draft bill comes to the assembly we urge you to convene the session to pass the resolution against the bifurcation so as to mount pressure on the Central Government to not to go ahead with the process. We can voice the concern of the majority of the people who want to keep the state united.
We request your Excellency to kindly take up the issue and use your High Office in directing the Government to convene a special session of the Assembly at the earliest and oblige.


 Thanking You
 Yours faithfully
 (Y.S Jagan Mohan Reddy)

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