Andhra Pradesh: Govt to hold Assembly Winter Sessions in December first week
Andhra Pradesh Assembly Winter Sessions are scheduled to begin in the first week of December. In next two days, the speaker Thammini Sitaram would finalise the dates.
Andhra Pradesh Assembly Winter Sessions are scheduled to begin in the first week of December. In the next two days, the speaker Thammini Sitaram would finalise the dates. The government is likely to approve new sand and liquor policies in the Assembly and is likely to announce its stand on the capital issue. The assembly would discuss the report presented by the committee set up for the development of the state.
The Assembly will also discuss issues of seasonal diseases and the distribution of 25 lakh houses by Ugadi. It is also learnt that the proposal of Banakacharla Reservoir on Krishna and Godavari connection will be discussed in the Assembly.
It is also reported that the legislature would discuss the pending projects in the state. The 40 tmc capacity of Velikonda project in Prakasam district.
In the wake of the controversy over the allocation of Srisailam net waters, the chief minister's announcement in the assembly would satisfy the Rayalaseema people.