Outrage As Five Top Lawmakers Resign From The National Assembly, Give Surprising Reasons For Their Drastic Actions

By Amako Nneji April 6, 2018 12:22

Outrage As Five Top Lawmakers Resign From The National Assembly, Give Surprising Reasons For Their Drastic Actions

Five Lawmakers of a key regional party, on Friday, resigned from the Indian National Assembly, over Prime Minister Narendra Modi Government’s “failure” to grant special status to the Southern State of Andhra Pradesh.

Vara Rao, Subba Reddy, Midhum Reddy, Avinash Reddy, and Mekapati Reddy, of Andhra Pradesh’s opposition YSR Congress party, submitted their resignation letters to Parliament Speaker, Sumitra Mahajan, on the last day of the budget session.

Andhra Pradesh’s ruling Telegu Desam Party, led by Chief Minister, Chandrababu Naidu, has already pulled out of India’s ruling coalition and unsuccessfully tried many times to bring in a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Modi’s government in Parliament over the issue.

Both Telegu Desam Party and YSR Congress party, a breakaway faction of India’s main opposition Congress party, have vented out their anger against the Modi government, over its “refusal” to grant special status to the State as promised after Telangana was carved out of it in 2014.

Andhra Pradesh is to go to the polls in 2019, and all parties are now upping the ante against the “deprivation” by the Indian government.

 

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