Even as the YSR Congress party government in Andhra Pradesh is getting ready to adopt a resolution in the state assembly on Monday to do away with the state legislative council on the ground that it has become a hurdle for the implementation of government decisions.
Andhra Pradesh, which had virtually given Karnataka and Maharashtra a run for their money in the past with regard to Information Technology sector, seems to be lagging far behind now, especially after the bifurcation of the combined state.
At a time when Telangana Rashtra Samithi working president and Information Technology minister K T Rama Rao was rubbing his shoulders with top industrialists and business honchos of the world at the four-day World Economic Forum meeting that concluded at Davos on Friday, sadly there was none to bother about Andhra Pradesh.
Has the YSRC government led by chief minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy faltered in introducing the bill on three capitals in the name of decentralisation in the state assembly?
Wondering why Pawan Kalyan has been making hue and cry over the shifting of capital city from Amaravathi? Here is the answer.
It is now more or less certain. YSR Congress party president and Andhra Pradesh chief minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy has decided to abolish the state legislative council that has become an irritant for his government to pass the crucial bills.
At a time when the leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party leaders, Andhra Pradesh unit, including their president Kanna Lakshminarayana have been opposing the shifting of administrative capital of the state from Amaravati to Visakhapatnam, party’s national official spokesperson and Rajya Sabha member G V L Narasimha Rao has been speaking in a different tone.
The three-day “special” assembly session will begin on Monday to decide the fate of Amaravati and relocation of administrative capital to Visakhapatnam.
Ever since the Telugu Desam Party was defeated in the last assembly elections in the most humiliating manner in the hands of the YSR Congress party, there have been reports that the TDP workers are getting restive across the state.
The ongoing discussions between leaders of Bharatiya Janata Party and Jana Sena Party in Andhra Pradesh as part of political realignment have raised an interesting discussion in political and media circles.
The Kapus in the State have been fighting for their due share in power for over two to three decades.
The meeting of YSR Congress party president and Andhra Pradesh chief minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy’s meeting with Telangana chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao at Pragathi Bhavan on Monday has raised many an eyebrow.
The marathon six-hour meeting between Andhra Pradesh chief minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy and his Telangana counterpart K Chandrasekhar Rao has generated a lot of curiosity among the media persons as well as the common people of both the states.
A piece of quite interesting news is coming from the corridors of the political hub of New Delhi.
It has been a long time since one has heard about Kalvakuntla Kavitha, former Nizamabad MP and daughter of Telangana Rashtra Samithi president and chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao.