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Rajamohan Reddy), and two other MPs from the Telangana region.
The state is weary of centres inaction for a long time to amend these sections such that AP state would not loose INR 36 billions.
Hyderabad will remain as the common capital under the Governor's supervision for not more than ten years.
The Bill was drafted based on the boundaries of the proposed Telangana State as approved by the Union Cabinet in its meeting on 3 October 2013.
The Act defined the boundaries of the two states, determined how the assets and liabilities were to be divided, and laid out the status of Hyderabad as the permanent capital of new Telangana state and temporary capital of the Andhra Pradesh state. Chidambaram, Health Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad, Petroleum Minister & Natural Gas Minister Veerappa Moily, Union Rural Development Minister Jairam Ramesh and minister of state in PMO Narayanaswamy. Sukhender Reddy), three MPs of the Telugu Desam party (Niramalli Sivaprasad, Nimmala Kristappa, and K. It is to be noted that only 119 out of 294 MLAs in state assembly are from Telangana. This was the first instance a state was re-organized after a state clearly expressed an opinion against the re-organization in Indian history.
A duly validated no-confidence motion against the Congress government was submitted to the speaker of the house Meira Kumari by Congress MPs from Andhra Pradesh making the sitting government a minority government. Nine petitions were filed in the Supreme Court of India requesting a stay of the tabling of the Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Bill in parliament.
Though only an opinion is required under Article 3 of the Indian Constitution, a resolution was adopted and the bill was rejected by the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly and Council on 30 January 2014.
Long held parliamentary procedure that required immediate consideration of no-confidence motions intended to prevent illegitimate governments from passing laws was ignored by the speaker. The court rejected the pleas saying, "We do not think this is the appropriate stage for us to interfere".
Amidst a lot of protest in the Lok Sabha (the lower house of the Parliament of India), the bill was introduced by the speaker Meira Kumar at pm on 13 February 2014. They would only consider the petition if the bill was passed in parliament.
The royalties payable on domestic on-shore production of oil and gas shall accrue to the state in which such production takes place.
Allocation of power from Central generating stations shall be allocated to the successor states in the ratio of the average of the actual energy consumption of last five years of the relevant Discoms.