AP Assembly says Good Bye to Hyderabad

11 September 2016

 The last legislative assembly session of Andhra Pradesh in Hyderabad held on Saturday through a sentimental and emotional tint. Moving forward, all the state’s legislative activities will start taking place from Amaravati, capital of AP. During the last session, AP CM Chandrababu Naidu’s last speech at the Hyderabad Assembly was carried out in a quiet syrupy way when he remembered his long 38 years of his political, personal and family attachment associated with the Hyderabad City.

On the other hand, the Three-day assembly session has come out completely unproductive as Jagan’s YSR Congress Party had been continuously objecting speaker over the special status category issue. As per the officials, it was just approximately 2 hours and 5 minutes of productive business held in an overall 3-day session. Though the AP People are strongly wishing to have the special category they don’t want to see any more wastage of public funds and time with the unnecessary and artificial turmoil being created by the opposition parties in the Assembly.