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Lok Satta Party president wants government to amend Municipalities Act
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Lok Satta Party president wants government to amend Municipalities Act

To enable the elected members to elect chairperson and Mayor

The Lok Satta Party president Jayaprakash Narayan wanted the State Government to amend the Municipalities Act so that only elected members in the Municipalities and Corporations elect the chairperson and the Mayor. He stated that it was not proper to allow the co-opted members to participate in the Municipal Chairperson and Mayoral elections.

CPI floor leader urged the Government to give productivity bonus to the Singereni Colories employees for the last financial year. CPM MLA J Rangaredy wanted the government to return the Asia's third largest Buddha statue to the Panagal museum which was taken to the Kalachakra programme in Guntur district in the past.

The Finance Minister, K Rosaiah introduced Municipality Act Amendment Bill in the House and the Revenue Minister, Dharmana Prasada Rao introduced a bill to amend the Land Reforms Act.

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