YSRCP Cabinet Meeting Highlights: COVID-19, Assembly Session And Elections Discussed Today

On the 27th of November, the Andhra Pradesh Government conducted a Cabinet meeting. 

The Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party (YSRCP) Cabinet meeting discussed several issues of the State.

Some of the issues include arrangements of the upcoming Assembly session, the Novel Coronavirus or COVID-19 situation, sample testing and other issues.

The major discussion over the COVID-19 infection is to curb the spread of the virus especially when winters is coming. The State Health Department has been alerted of the second wave of the infection during December.

The Assembly session is scheduled to begin from the 30th of November and would continue till the 4th of December.

However, an official announcement regarding the number of days of Assembly session is yet to be made.

In today’s Cabinet meeting ,the State Cabinet discussed on how many days the meetings should be held.

The agenda to be taken up in the house during the Assembly session was also a part of today’s meeting.

Besides COVID-19, Assembly session, the YSRCP Cabinet also discussed the management of the local body elections.

The ongoing issue regarding the Andhra Pradesh Civic polls between the State Election Commissioner (SEC) N. Ramesh Kumar and the YSRCP Government was also highlighted topic in today’s meeting.

It is expected that the Cabinet also highlighted the cyclone and flood damage due to Nivar.

Lastly, the Cabinet also discussed the proposal of setting a 100 feet tall statue of the former Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh late Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy near the Polavaram Project in the State.

Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy, the Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, chaired the Cabinet meeting at the YSRCP Camp Office in Tadepalli, A.P.

The meeting began at 11:00 A.M., and concluded after 2:00 P.M.

The updates of the Cabinet meeting would be given through a press media after the meeting.

Kurasala Kannababu, the YSRCP Minister would address the media and brief about the meeting.

Stay tuned for further updates.


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