Andhra Pradesh CM seeks 3 weeks time to discuss Telangana bill

Andhra Pradesh CM seeks 3 weeks time to discuss Telangana bill

Hyderabad: With the Andhra Pradesh state assembly unable to reach a agreement over the Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Bill 2013, Chief Minister Kiran Kumar Reddy has now published to the Chief executive looking for three several weeks time to discuss and return the bill. The due date for the Andhra assembly to talk about bill and come back it finishes on Friday.

This is the second time expansion has been desired. The correspondence has been finalized by some The legislature law makers from Seemandhra.
So far, around 90 MLAs, such as the Chief Minister, have verbal on the Bill and indicated their opinions while some others have given their opinions in composing. But most of the conversation was disturbed by either Seemaandhra or Telangana law makers on one requirement or the other.

The Seemaandhra ministers and MLAs, who organised a conference with the CM, made the decision to search for a longer period stating regular interruptions due to their Telangana co-workers. Accordingly, the Chief Minister said these days that he has published a correspondence to the Chief executive in this respect.

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