Andhra special status row: 5 YSR Cong MPs resign, sit on hunger strike
YSR Congress party 5 Lok Sabha members submitted their resignations to speaker Sumitra Mahajan and sit on hunger strike for the given call by YSR Congress Party president YS Jagan Mohan Reddy for the sake of Special status to Andhra Pradesh. The Wee hours of friday,the MPs entered into the house after had a protest at the entrence of the Parliment. Howeve, MPs think that no confedence motion notice will take up on the last day for discussion but unfortunately it disappoints MPs expectations.
When the House was started at 11 am, the AIADMK members stood in the Well and protested. In this case, TDP members also started coming out of their positions. Soon, speaker Sumitra Mahajan declined to adjourn the House indefinitely, declaring that she was not able to move the no confedence motion.
Disclosing the parliamentary activities in the Budget session announced that the House was postponing indefinitely. Subsequently, speaker moved to her chamber. Soon after Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Rajnath Singh went to the speaker chamber. Until then, TDP MPs were silent and they started slogging with a slogan We Want Justice. But in the Yellow media, campaign was took some time that TDP MPs have been round the Prime Minister.
YSR Congress MPs Mekapati Rajamohan Reddy, Vaivi Subbara Reddy, Velagapalli Varaprasadaravu, PV Mithunreddi, YS Avinashreddi went to the office at 11.45 am to present their resignations. About half an hour there talked to them. “You can become MPs and take your fight forward. I can understand your concern. Imagine once again .. ‘asked MPs.
However, MPs have expressed their disappointment that they have not been able to come to the party for confidence, even if they have been fighting for four years and the fight continues. “This is our final decision. There is no change. People will seek re-election in the elections so that the people can be strong enough for their status. Approve our resignations immediately. ‘ Subsequently from the Speaker’s Office directly to the Central Hall.