Chandrababu Naidu to hold all-party meeting tomorrow

Chandrababu Naidu to hold all-party meeting tomorrow
Highlights

As both Parliament and Assembly sessions are scheduled to begin at the month end, the political activity is hotting up in the state Since, these are going to be the last sittings of the Parliament and Assembly, Opposition parties have been training their guns against the ruling parties both at the national and State level

Amaravati: As both Parliament and Assembly sessions are scheduled to begin at the month end, the political activity is hotting up in the state. Since, these are going to be the last sittings of the Parliament and Assembly, Opposition parties have been training their guns against the ruling parties both at the national and State level.

Meanwhile in the State, the TDP and those fighting for the State’s cause have been planning to raise voice against the BJP-led NDA government at the Centre for its failure to keep the promises made in AP Reorganisation Act-2014.

Former MP Vundavalli Arun Kumar called for an all-party meeting on January 29 demanding Special Category Status to AP and other issues pertaining to the AP Reorganisation Act.

TDP president N Chandrababu Naidu responded positively to the proposal and planned to send his representatives, including one Minister, Nakka Ananda Babu and other leaders from the party for the meeting. On the other hand, Naidu also decided to organise an all-party meeting at the Secretariat on January 30, a day after the meeting of Undavalli.

The Pratyeka Hoda Sadhana Samiti, which has been fighting for the Special Category Status for the last four-and-half years planned to stage a protest in the national capital New Delhi. The Chief Minister reportedly extended his support to the protest.

Naidu is also contemplating to stage one-day hunger strike at New Delhi during the Parliament session to attract national attention towards the grievances of Andhra Pradesh.

Show Full Article
Download The Hans India Android App or iOS App for the Latest update on your phone.
More Stories


Top