AP Cabinet To Meet Over Dissolving Legislative Council
As expected, the AP government expressed its resolve to dissolve the Legislative Council. The AP Cabinet is scheduled to meet on January 27th, at morning 9:30 am at CM camp office in Tadepalli, for the same. An extension of the Assembly session will also be carried out and leaders will discuss and take the final call over dissolving the Council.
CM YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has already made a statement regarding the issue in the Assembly on Thursday. During his speech, CM raised expression whether this Council is needed and what is the use of it. Jagan further said that it costs Rs 60 crores a year to run the Council sessions, which is a heavy burden on the state government and proposed to discuss over the issue on Monday.
The Cabinet meeting chaired by CM YS Jagan is likely to take the decision on dissolving Legislative Council. After the Cabinet meeting, the resolution will be moved in the Assembly, and a discussion will be carried out on the issue. As the government has a majority so the resolution will automatically be approved in the house. Then the passed resolution bill will be sent to the center.
After the meeting, the BAC meeting will be started. In this meeting, the members will discuss the continuation of the Assembly sessions. During the present Assembly sessions, the government has passed some key bills in the house like the capital decentralization, CRDA cancellation bill.