AP Monsoon Session to see ‘spl’ heat–Chandrababu, Jagan slugfest imminent

The Monsoon Session of Andhra Pradesh Assembly beginning tomorrow is most likely to be stormy as the opposition and ruling parties are preparing for a slugfest.

Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu asked his cabinet colleagues to suitably take on YSRCP chief and Opposition leader YS Jaganamohan Reddy as he may take on the government.  Jagan Reddy has asked his party legislators to  fix the treasury benches on the special status, land acquisition, injustice to land owners, handing over of precious lands to Singapore and Japan companies, delay in capital city works and others.

The session will be conducted for five working days till Sept 4,  and the government is planning to pass some key bills. YSR Congress Party, the only opposition party in the Assembly, is all set to corner the treasury benches for failing to get special status tag to the state. Jagan may press the TD dispensation on failure to bring more funds for the new capital and delay in taking up related works and liquor policy. Jagan Reddy who is leaving  no stone unturned is just ready to storm the session and press the government on these key issues. Speaker K Sivaprasad Rao appealed to the legislators to maintain decency in the house to pass key bills and resolve important issues. ‘Let us not waste our time as the session is meant for finding solutions to the problems daunting our new state’, he said.(NSS)