The Andhra Pradesh Assembly session, which will begin on Thursday, is set to witness chaos as the main Opposition party in the Assembly YSR Congress is all set to take on the TDP-led government on the Centre's denial of Special Status to the State and Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu's alleged silence over it.
The Opposition will also raise the issue of the infamous cash-for-vote scam involving some TDP members including Naidu.
The monsoon session will be held over three days. On the first day, the House will confine itself to the ratification of the Goods and Services Tax Bill (GST Bill). Leader Of The House and Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu will talk on the bill. Upon arriving at a consenus, the House will ratify the bill.
During the next two days, the plan is for 3 other bills to be taken up and ratified through consensus. But the Opposition has other plans - Opposition leader Y S Jaganmohan Reddy has asked members of his YSR Congress Party to target the TDP government on the issue of Special Status and the cash-for-vote scam. A lot of rancour can be expected.
The Chief Minister however has reportedly asked his MLAs to foil the Opposition's plans to create a ruckus in the House by avoiding engaging them.
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