Jagan may ask YSRCP MPs to quit

YSR Congress Party chief Y. S. Jaganmohan Reddy will be meeting Members of Parliament belonging to his party on Monday. He will discuss the developments of the last few days in the Parliament, the attitude of the Centre and other issues with the party leaders. YSRCP president Jagan is currently visiting Narsaraopet constituency in Guntur district. During the padyatra he will meet MPs to take stock of the latest situation.  Congress party has also given notice for no-confidence motion against the central government and the same is likely to come up for debate on Tuesday.

Parliament will have its sitting only for two days next week as there will be five holidays. Sources in Delhi say no-confidence motion may come up for debate on Tuesday.  BJP has also prepared to speak in Parliament on the assistance given to Andhra Pradesh so far. For this six ministers have been nominated. Keeping this in view, Jagan may discuss with MPs the strategy to be adopted in the Parliament.

Jagan will also discuss about the TDP’s attacks on YSRCP. Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu has been targeting Vijay Sai Reddy for last four days. He is questioning the MP for making rounds of the Prime Minister’s Office. Speaking in Assembly, Naidu asked how an economic offender can go to the PMO. He also wanted to know how the PMO is allowing him. It is learnt that Jagan will also discuss this issue with the MPs. Jagan will interact on whether a privilege motion be moved against Chandrababu Naidu or not.

Apart from this the meeting is likely to give clarity on the issue of resignation of YSRCP MPs. There are strong indications that the Parliament session may be adjourned sine die at any time.  According to YSRCP sources, Jagan may direct the MPs to be prepared to resign immediately if the Parliament is adjourned since die. The meeting to be held in Guntur district on Monday will be crucial.

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