AP Assembly sessions to begin from today
AP Legislative Assembly sessions to begin from Wednesday (12 June). These are the first sessions for the new government after the general elections in the state.
Amaravati: AP Legislative Assembly sessions to begin from Wednesday (12 June). These are the first sessions for the new government after the general elections in the state.
After a long gap, the YSRCP MLA's will be attending the Assembly in the position of the ruling party.
Unlike ever before, Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has appointed five deputy CM's, another five government whip's, Speaker, Opposition leader with this there is quite a confusion in the allocation of the chambers.
On Wednesday, the Assembly sessions will start at 11 am and the sessions will continue till 18th June.
The first two days, the pro-tem Speaker Sambangi Venkata China Appala Naidu will administer the oath with the newly elected MLA's.
Firstly, YS Jagan will take oath in the Chief Minister's position, and later as the Opposition leader Nara Chandrababu Naidu will swear-in.
The Assembly Speaker election will be held on 13th June. On 14th, the state Governor ESL Narasimhan will address the house. 15th and 16th are declared as holidays. Discussion on the Governor's speech will be on 17th June.
For this financial year, the budget sessions will be held by the end of June. So far there is no clarity whether the Assembly sessions will be extended or will be conducted again later.
It's learned that in the Governor's speech, Navaratnalu schemes, other issues are likely to be mentioned.
Over the Assembly sessions, the police department has made strong security arrangements. A special drive has been conducted with the dog squad and bomb squad team in the surrounding areas on Tuesday.