YSRCP chief gives call to MLAs to question the government on burning issues
August 17, 2014 - Hyderabad
YSRCP chief Jagan Mohan Reddy in a meeting with the party legislatures at Lotus Pond office on Sunday has given a call to them to raise the 15 issues of importance like loan waiver, creation of new State Capital, attacks on the party leaders, budget , red sanders etc., in the Assembly Sessions begins from Monday.
Jagan Mohan Reddy chaired the meeting and allotted each subject to a group of three or four MLAs to raise questions in the Assembly. He wanted them to wage a complete war on the government in addressing the burning problems of the people. He wanted them to be united and cooperative in raising the issues.
17 MLAs skips the meeting:
17 MLAs have skipped the meeting and party sources said that their absence have been informed to the party president well in advance due to marriages and other personal reasons.
Demanding the State Government to carve the State Capital at a place where there are surplus government lands at a minimum of 30,000 acres and a place that where it has equal dist5ance to all the 13 districts, said MLA Srikanth Reddy. He said that the statements of the Government even before submission of a report by Sivaramakrishnan committee is meaningless, he said.
Party to distance from BAC meeting:
The Party has decided to be away from the Business Advisory Committee meeting as the government has not given a fair chance of deputing three legislatures from the party. Three MLAs Jyothsula Nehru, Srikant Reddy and Chevireddy Bhaskar Reddy met the Speaker Dr.Kodela Siva Prasada Rao and wanted him to allocate participating of party MLAs in the ratio of its strength. They alleged that the TDP is even politicizing the BAC members’ issue.