The commencement of the Andhra Pradesh Assembly sessions today marked the beginning of intense political activities, setting the stage for the final budget session leading up to the 2024 AP elections. The session was inaugurated by the governor, who commended the YCP government for its transformative initiatives in education, irrigation, and public welfare schemes. However, this appraisal faced opposition from TDP MLAs.
As the governor delivered a lengthy speech, praising the YCP’s achievements, TDP MLAs expressed their dissatisfaction and walked out of the assembly in protest against the YCP government. They contended that the governor’s address lacked factual accuracy and accused the YCP of fabricating all the statements.
The walkout by TDP MLAs was accompanied by spirited slogans of “Bye Bye Jagan,” resonating throughout the assembly hall. Their protest centered on questioning Jagan’s administration about the job calendar and the special category status.
Taking the lead in the protests outside the assembly, Nandamuri Balakrishna prominently displayed a placard bearing the message “Andhra Pradesh lo Araachaka Paalana,” further emphasizing the discontent and opposition to the YCP government’s policies. The assembly session’s commencement thus unfolded as a battleground for political dissent and critique, shaping the narrative for the upcoming elections in Andhra Pradesh.
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