Dissents in AP over refusal of unique class status

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Vijayawada, Sep 8: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley’s attestation that allowing the uncommon class status to Andhra Pradesh was “impractical” started off far reaching challenges over the state today with the resistance YSR Congress requiring an extensive bandh on September 10.

Congress likewise called for laying attack to all parkways in the state on Saturday.

The Center the previous evening declared a budgetary bundle for Andhra Pradesh, yet held back before giving the state an extraordinary classification status.

“BJP poured frosty water on the yearnings of the general population of AP,” state Congress boss N Raghuveera Reddy said.

The Left gatherings stretched out backing to the YSRC’s bandh call.

In Vijayawada, the Pratyeka Hoda Saadhana Samiti (committee for securing unique status) composed a gigantic challenge.

YSRC, CPM and CPI stretched out backing to the Samiti and called upon everybody to hold hands to press for the exceptional class status to the state.

Dissents were additionally composed independently by YSRC and the Samiti in Guntur, Eluru, Anantapuramu, Srikalahasti, Srikakulam, Ongole and Kadapa.

The protestors censured Jaitley’s case that giving unique status to AP was unrealistic as a result of the proposals of the fourteenth Finance Commission.

“The BJP has horribly double-crossed the general population of AP in the wake of promising uncommon status. TDP is similarly chargeable in such manner,” Samiti pioneers said.