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SCS for the betterment of state said CM

Speaking about the SCS for Andhra Pradesh, Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu said that he wants the 'special status' for a certain period of time for the betterment of the state.

Chandrababu Naidu in the assembly said that he is asking for the Justice to be done to the state. Special status is being asked for a certain period only for the development of the state.

He also asked to provide the opportunity of SCS to the state until it becomes equal with the other southern states.

He questioned on why industrial incentives are being given to states with special status and not to Andhra Pradesh. 

‘’Why the house is not allowing a discussion in parliament on the issue? Why are our rights being denied?’’, he added.  

Further, he talked about the AP state governments initiatives being implemented in Andhra Pradesh.

CM said that his aim is to bring AP among top three states in India by 2022 and make it the topmost Indian state by 2029. 

The no-confidence motion was not moved today either, as Speaker Sumitra Mahajan adjourned the House.

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