Repeating that he won't bargain on the interests of the State, including Special Category Status, Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu has said that it is judicious to acknowledge the advantages declared first and endeavor to acquire each and every qualification because of the State under the Andhra Pradesh. Rearrangement Act, 2014. Mr. Naidu, who couldn't create an impression in the Assembly after it was deferred when YSRC individuals slowed down the House over the SCS issue, put forth a nitty gritty expression in the Legislative Council on Thursday.
"Time is running out. Officially, more than two years have passed and just over two years are cleared out. The Center's declarations on 100 for every penny help to Polavaram and changing over 90 for every penny remotely supported undertaking advances as award should be upheld by legitimateness and executed in a period bound way.
I anticipate that them will be reinforced with suitable requests and notices," he said. He expressed gratitude toward the Center for the backing developed, however advised it that the SCS issue had changed into a solid wistful issue for the general population. Be that as it may, the announcement did not run down well with the Opposition individuals, who said the Chief Minister framed the SCS issue in a conciliatory dialect.
SCS was not an assessment, but rather a privilege of the general population on whom bifurcation was pushed. Depicting it as an assessment would take away the lawfulness of the legitimate interest, said Leader of the Opposition in the Council C. Ramachandraiah, and individuals P.J. Chandrasekhar of the CPI, M.V.S. Sarma and V. Balasubramanyam of the PDF.
Prior, Mr. Naidu lost his cool when Mr. Ramachandraiah condemned the State for not giving over Polavaram venture to the Center and Ummareddy Venkateswarlu rebuked the Chief Minister for diluting the SCS issue. Both the Opposition pioneers later arranged an exit. The State offered execution of the Polavaram task to the Center however the NITI Aayog exhorted the Center to give the State a chance to handle it for quicker execution.