HYDERABAD: Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu along with Agriculture Minister Prathi Pulla Rao and Endowments Minister Pydikondala Manikyala Rao were supposed to table one statement each pertaining to three ordinances brought out by the government in the State Assembly, which commenced here on Monday.
However, with the House getting adjourned for the day sans any business with Opposition adamant on debate on law and order situation alleging the ruling party of resorting to political murders, the statements were deemed tabled.
The first statement was Andhra Pradesh Police (Reforms) Ordinance, which was brought by the State government to propose a panel of five senior most officers in panel to be prepared by UPSC for the selection of the DGP. Earlier, only three senior most officers were empanelled for the selection to the top cop post.
The second statement was about Andhra Pradesh (Agricultural Produce and Livestock) Markets (amendment) Ordinance, 2014 Act, which was about increasing the number of market committee members from the existing 18 to 19 by having 12 representatives from grower members instead of 11.
The third statement was about the ordinance brought by the State government amending the Andhra Pradesh Charitable and Hindu Religious Institutions and Endowments, through which government had increased the overall strength of the board of trustees of the temples by two more members and in case of TTD by three more members, so there is proper representation of persons from different walks of life.