Latest update: the Union Minister Sujana Chowdary has commented on the Andhra Pradesh’s Special status. He has undergone by comparing the Special Category Status with the decision of ban on the RS 500 and RS 1000 notes. As mentioned earlier that the ban of higher denominations old notes has adverse effects on the country, one of the effects brings us on this topic here. Sujana Chowdary addressed the media with other Party Members of Parliament’s on Tuesday and said,” Special Status is like banned old currency. There will be no use of demanding for it anymore. But, we won’t tolerate if injustice was done to AP.”
He also added up saying,” TDP will raise the issue of funds to be granted for Andhra Pradesh during the parliament session.” He also mentioned that the Andhra Pradesh’s government is likely to be determined for the legality of the Special package. There is no doubt in the truth that the entire nation is affected and shaken with the decision of the ban on old currency notes by the government.
On the entire matter of comparison between the Special Category Status and the ban of older currency, the Rajya Sabha Member has put in the claim stating that the government has focused on addressing he minor issues faced by the people of India after the sudden money changer activity. The member also drew the attention on the statement which says that AP CM Chandra Babu Naidu, very soon will be sending the letter to the Centre related to the problems at the ground level occurring after the ban of the old currency. Narendra Modi’s action is very well supported by the public but they are facing huge crises with the ban as people are put under limitations to withdraw and exchange the old notes for the new ones.