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YSRCP demands resolution for united State

Posted by on December 13, 2013 0 Comment

YSRCP-Candidates-1168YSR Congress has demanded that a resolution should be passed in the Assembly in favour of a united state and when the Government did not heed to it, the Party has boycotted the Business Advisory Committee (BAC) meeting.

“We told the Government to adopt a resolution in favour of a united state as the first priority as the division is undemocratic and is against the wish of the majority of the people, “Party floor leader and Honorary President YS Vijayamma told reporters here on Wednesday.

Looking at the plight of the people, we demanded that the Government should take up the resolution on a priority basis and when there is no reaction from the State, we have boycotted the meeting, she said adding that they will move a motion and will take the support of any party or group that comes forward.

We have also demanded the government that a discussion should be held on the plight of farmers who did not receive compensation, input subsidy and relief from Neelam typhoon till the recent floods which damaged the crops heavily.

The injustice done to the State by the Brijesh Kumar Tribunal verdict, steep hike in power charges and essential commodities would also be raised by the Party during the session, she said.

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