AP assembly winter sessions to start on Monday

Amaravati: The winter session of the Andhra Pradesh assembly, scheduled to start on Monday, 9th December, is going to witness a different atmosphere, as the opposition has only three weapons in its hand, one is power crisis, sand issue and demolitions of the unauthorised structures. The opposition is also trying to put the treasury benches in an embracement situation by raising the issue of hike in RTC tariff. The scheduled ten-day winter sessions will discuss 20 important points, apart from the implementation of the ‘Navaratnalu’.

The Government will table five bills. The House also will discuss on the act meant for nominated positions and 50 percent reservation to the women.
The Government is getting ready to counter the opposition, on the English medium, as the opposition wants to raise the issue. The Business Advisory Committee (BAC) meeting will be held on Monday, after the question-answer session.

It is learnt that the Finance Minister Buggana Rajendranath Reddy is getting ready to slam previous TDP Government for mishandling of state finance condition. Corruption, misappropriation of funds, wrong choices etc. by the then Government pushed the state into a revenue debt to the tune of Rs 3.62 lakh Crore. Though there is Rs 3.62 lakh Crore debt in hand, the present Government will meet out all the promises made to the people in their manifesto, a senior Cabinet Minister told the NewsMeter and added that the Government would highlight the concept of the developing Human Capital, which can resolve all issues.

The Minister further ridiculed why the earlier TDP government rushed on the construction of capital when the state is in bad financial condition. He found fault that the TDP Government constructed temporary buildings by spending a massive amount of money.

Patri Vasudevan

Patri Vasudevan, is a senior journalist, worked with both visual and print media. He has 22 years’ experience in journalism. He has expertise in war zone reporting. Covered LTTE stories in Sri Lanka, and Nandigram & Lalgarh are best assignments, during his stint with TV9 and Sakshi TV at New Delhi. Vasudevan also served Deccan Chronicle, and filed good number of political investigative stories. As an RTI activist, Vasudevan could able to elicit frauds in the banking sector, and wrote number of interesting stories on as to how parking funds are misused.

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