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AP Assembly sessions to conclude today, CM YS Jagan to visit New Delhi
The AP Assembly sessions will come to an end on Tuesday. On the second day, the house is busy over the motion of thanks to Governor's speech.
Amaravati: The AP Assembly sessions will come to an end on Tuesday. On the last day, the house is busy over the motion of thanks to Governor's speech.
Today after the conclusion of the Assembly session, CM YS Jagan Mohan Reddy will be leaving to New Delhi.
On Wednesday, CM YS Jagan will attend the all political parties presidents meeting, which is headed by the Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi.
Union Minister Pralhad Joshi has written a letter to the president's of all parties to attend the meeting. The TDP has not yet decided whether to attend this meeting or not. It seems that TDP is planning to send the Parliamentary party leader in the place of Chandrababu Naidu.
Meanwhile, PM Modi's led NDA-1 government has proposed the idea of Jamili Elections. By conducting the Lok Sabha and all states Assembly elections at once, the huge amount of money and time will be saved.
On this issue, the Modi government has gathered opinions from various political parties. Though few parties supported, the majority of the parties have opposed the Jamili Elections.
As a result, that proposal was kept aside. After the landslide victory in the 2019 general elections, the NDA-2 government has again brought the issue on the screen.
Recently in a statement, the Parliamentary Affairs Ministry said that the Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold a dinner meeting with all MP's of both Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha on 20th June.