With its decision to ignore the State government's repeated requests to raise the number of assembly seats in the State, the Central government's discriminatory treatment of telangana once again came to light. The State government has been pleading with the Union government to consider delineating telangana alongside andhra pradesh, but the Centre has declined to do so. Nityanand Rai, a union minister of state for home affairs, restated the government's position on the rajya sabha delimitation exercise on Wednesday.
Regarding GVL narasimha Rao's inquiry regarding increasing the number of assembly seats in both telugu States, the union minister responded that section 26(1) of the andhra pradesh Reorganisation Act, 2014, among other things, provides that, subject to the provisions of Article 170 of the Constitution and without affecting section 15 of this Act, the number of seats in the Legislative assembly of the successor States of andhra pradesh and telangana shall be increased from 175 a.
The overall number of seats in the two State Assemblies shall not be readjusted until after the first Census is released post-2026, in accordance with Article 170(3) of the Constitution, he stated. Therefore, he said, the number of seats cannot be increased unless Article 170 of the Constitution is changed to comply with Section 26 of the andhra pradesh Reorganisation Act, 2014. This reveals the Central government's discriminatory policies towards Telangana. The state government has urged the federal government to demarcate the two telugu States in the same manner as Jammu and Kashmir.
The Chief Ministers of both telugu States had urged prime minister Narendra Modi to enhance the assembly seats in this regard, but he maintains there is no scope for doing so until 2026, citing Constitutional revisions. kashmir - SRINAGAR/JAMMU' target='_blank' title='jammu and kashmir-Latest Updates, Photos, Videos are a click away, CLICK NOW'>jammu and kashmir will now have more assembly seats according to a plan by the federal government. The kashmir - SRINAGAR/JAMMU' target='_blank' title='jammu and kashmir-Latest Updates, Photos, Videos are a click away, CLICK NOW'>jammu and kashmir Delimitation Commission was established by the Centre, and in May of this year, it made a recommendation to increase the number of assembly seats from 83 to 90.
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