The opposition Telugu Desam Party made fun of democracy. Destroyed the Constitution on the platform of the Legislative Council. Leader of the Opposition Chandrababu Naidu once again introduced the politics of his selfishness. By doing this, Chandrababu launched his loot. For this, he added a conspiracy in the Legislative Council.
The bill presented for the all-round development of the state forced to send the invoice to the Select Committee through the Chairman of the Legislative Council, MA Sharif.
The Chairman said of the bill, “It is against the rule to send the proposal presented by the government to the Select Committee. The notice given by the Telugu Desam Party is not according to the law. However, Saying this, Chairman Sharif decided to cancel the CRDA and send the state’s decentralization bill to the Select Committee. All the members of the House were taken aback.
The opposition TDP has on Wednesday stopped as a conspiracy to obstruct these two bills introduced by the government for all-round development and decentralization of the state. Earlier on Tuesday, he tried to stop these bills in the name of Rule 71 against the rule. It thought that the decision would be taken after discussing the law on Wednesday. But TDP members created a ruckus. Till the afternoon, there was a deadlock in the House, saying that the TV channels were not broadcast live.
The Chairman was angry at the attitude of TDP members. He questioned the TDP leaders that apart from TV broadcasting, is there any other issue that can discuss?
On the other hand, effigies of Chandrababu Naidu burnt at several locations in protest against the attitude of TDP members who were obstructing the passage of the state’s all-round development and decentralization bill in the Legislative Council. In Visakhapatnam city, leaders of the YSR Congress Party and NGO burnt an effigy of TDP President Chandrababu Naidu.
Similarly, Chandrababu Naidu’s effigies burnt in Kurnool, Kadapa, Anantapur, Chittoor, Vizianagaram, Nellore, Srikakulam, Guntur, Prakasam, East Godavari, West Godavari, and other cities. During this time, people raised slogans against the Telugu Desam Party and Chandrababu Naidu.