AP govt introduces three crucial bills in the Assembly on Tuesday
On the second day of the winter session of the Assembly, the Andhra Pradesh government introduced three key bills in the House.
On the second day of the winter session of the Assembly, the Andhra Pradesh government introduced three key bills in the House. Amendments to the School Education Regulatory Commission Act, increasing the number of TTD board members and price hike on the liquor in bars and restaurants in the state are the three bills that were presented din house.
The House would discuss the bills as per the speaker's choice and will pass it in the session itself. After the question hour completed in the House on Tuesday, the bills were introduced.
Earlier, the Assembly had discussed on YSR Raithu Bharosa scheme. On occasion, Agriculture Minister Kannababu said that it is the best scheme to assure farmers in the country. The minister has criticized Chandrababu's announcement of a debt waiver. Kannababu made it clear that the farmer's assurance is being applied to tenant farmers as well.