The Decentralisation bill is halted in the Legislative council upon the wish of majority TDP MLCs. Though it got approved in the Assembly, the Council has decided to send it to the Select Committee. This decision is a big blow for the CM Jagan, as it shattered their dreams of three capitals. Though the YSRC government has worked on all strategies, it failed to succeed in approving the bill in Council.
An information is strongly circulating on the abolition of the Legislative council. Since the ruling party doesn’t have majority strength in the Council, it faces difficulty in passing the bills. Not only the decentralisation bill, the Council has objected to the previous session’s bills and sent them back to the Assembly.
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Jagan is very serious on this issue, he consulted all the senior leaders, and legal advisors to plan his further action. He considered the abolition of the Council as one of the options to avoid the disturbance to the government bills.
AP Legislative Council is revoked at NTR’s rule and formed back at YSR rule. Rajashekar Reddy has made a decision to implement this council again in the state. He led the Council back to the floor in 2007. Since then, it works normally without obstacles.
Now his son CM Jagan is facing a bitter experience with this Council. If Jagan can wait for one more year, he will have the full majority in the Council too. But the Decentralisation is his first priority in the present situation. The delay can create adverse situations in the state. In this case, his decision will surely be sensational. If he might thinking of abolishing the Council, then he is going against his father’s will. Finding a way out of this mess is a tough challenge for Jagan now.