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Assembly sessions likely to be stormy

Opposition parties ready to corner the Government

Hyderabad, July 15, 2007

The XI session of the Andhra Pradesh Assembly beginning from Monday is likely to be stormy with the ruling party and Opposition gearing to nail each other on several issues including the implementation of GO 610 and the agitation of Left Parties agitation on land issue and four percent reservations to Muslims in educational and Government organizations. According to reliable sources, the State Government will introduce bills replacing six Ordinances which were promulgated during the last three months. They include reservation to Muslims and banning of propagation of other religions in select places of worships including temple town of Tirumala.

The session will begin at 10am and after paying condolences to former Prime Minister Chandra Sekhar. The House will be adjourned for the day. The Business Advisory committee will meet to finalize the agenda for the session. In this context, the Chief Minister has requested the opposition parties not to waste Assembly time with adjournment motions. He urged the Opposition MLAs to set aside the political differences and reconsider their decision by taking part in the Presidential elections on July 19.

Speaking to media, the Telugu Desam Party Deputy floor leader T Devender Goud and Y Ramakrishnudu said that they received a letter from the Speaker KR Suresh Reddy urging the Opposition parties to take up Question Hour first and adjournment motions later. They have turned down his request.

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