YSRCP Slams TDP Over Shorter Assembly Session 

Ummareddy Venkateshwarlu, YSRCP senior leader and MLC - Sakshi Post

Hyderabad: YSRCP has found fault with TDP government for announcing Assembly session to be conducted solely with an objective of approving GST Bill. It demanded a four or five week long session. It also slammed the government for changing its stance on the venue of Assembly session.

TDP government has announced Assembly session from September 8 and will be held in Hyderabad as against the earlier decision of holding it in AP.
YSRCP senior leader and MLC Ummareddy Venkateshwarlu spoke to the media here on Thursday.

Ummareddy Venkateshwarlu, YSRCP senior leader and MLC

It’s unfortunate that AP state government is calling for Assembly session after six months. However, it requires more time as there is a need for extensive discussion on several problems that are rocking the state. All sections of the society are suffering from several problems. Farming community is in distress as drought conditions severely hit the state. We demand Assembly session for four or five weeks to discuss extensively on several topics.

“It’s unfortunate that AP state government is calling for Assembly session after six months. However, it requires more time as there is a need for extensive discussion on several problems that are rocking the state. All sections of the society are suffering from several problems. Farming community is in distress as drought conditions severely hit the state. We demand Assembly session for four or five weeks to discuss extensively on several topics.”

Ummareddy said that several issues such as Special Category Status, assurances on bifurcation and Polavaram project need to be discussed in the Assembly session.

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