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Andhra Pradesh Assembly session likely on Jan 20

Andhra Pradesh Assembly session likely on Jan 20

The Andhra Pradesh Assembly session is likely to be held on January 20 to take a call on the three capitals proposals.

The high power committee constituted by the State government headed by finance minister Buggana Rajendranath, held its third meeting at Velagapudi on Monday.

The high power committee had held detailed review on the demands of the Amaravati farmers and the promises that the previous government had made to them.

The committee also took the feedback from Ministers Kodali Nani and Botsa Satyanarayana, who met the Amaravati farmers on Saturday.

Interestingly, some more farmers from the capital villages have also met Botsa Satyanarayana in Velagapudi secretariat ahead of the high power committee meeting.

The two ministers have reportedly told the high power committee that the farmers were interested in the development of the plots that were promised to them by the previous government in return to the lands given by them.

The farmers were also looking for the development of their villages into a major city, as promised and visualised by the previous government.

The high power committee had discussed these issues and took note of the issues raised by the farmers during their agitation.

They have also noted the feedback given by the two ministers and the role of the opposition parties, particularly the TDP in trying to get benefit from the farmers’ agitation.

The high power committee felt the need to recommend certain measures to satisfy the agitating farmers and the people of Amaravati villages before it takes next move.

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