In the wake of Andhra Pradesh registering two positive cases, the Jagan-led state government called for an emergency cabinet meeting on Friday. In an official announcement, the government stated that it has deferred the AP Assembly sessions in light of the spread of Coronavirus. According to the reports, the cabinet meeting scheduled to take place on Friday by 11 PM will approve an ordinance on the budget for the next three months till June 30.
While the state government is all set to hold assembly sessions to introduce the vote on Account Budget earlier this month, many of the official plans came to a halt in the wake of Coronavirus outbreak. While many of the state politicians including the opposition party chief Chandrababu Naidu raised concerns over the spread of the viral infection given the assembly sessions were held.
Upon which the officials were learnt to follow strict social distancing during the meeting. The state government has already declared a complete lockdown in the steps of neighbouring Telangana while all the public exams were suspended including the SSC exams.