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Who took U-Turn on first day in AP Assembly?

Who took U-Turn on first day in AP Assembly?
Who took U-Turn on first day in AP Assembly?

World Cup cricket is come to an end by next Sunday. Indians Players were back to the india after losing semi-final to Kiwis. But AP people have lot of entertainment and tension from TDP and YSRCP left over to watch the Assembly sessions. AP Chief Minister YS jagan lost his control on Chandrababu Naidu and compare with donkey during the discussion on Kaleswaram Project in the house. As usual opposition objects the words and house went disorder for few minutes.

Frustrated YS jagan challenged CBN for resignation on issuing free loans to 0% interest to the farmers during his term. jagan said that CBN didn’t issue free loans to farmers at 0% interest and asked to prove if CBN gave. Adding to that, jagan challenged CBN for resignation for that. TDP has agreed to jagan’s challenge and request the speaker Tammineni for 5 min to prove in the house. Immediately, Speaker adjourns the house for tomorrow and ruling party MLAs left out from the Assembly.

CBN gave all details of Free Loans to farmers with 0% since 2014 in press conference. He demanded resignation of YS jagan for giving wrong information to the house and to the people. By seeing the first day incidents one can easily imagine how the sessions would have in coming 13 days. It seems that emotional jagan and his Ministers gave importance to attack on CBN personally but not on related subject. Irrigation Minister Anil Kumar used filthy language on TDP and takes back his words later. Who took U-Turn on first day? Is it jagan or CBN?

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