He raged on the Council Chairman, and opposition MLCs in the Assembly. He questioned the necessity of maintaining the Council in the State. Council is appointed to give suggestions to the Government, but not to interrupt the laws made by the Assembly.
Legislative Council has to maintain its values and support the government, but it failed to keep the standards.
Out of 29 states, only 8 of the states contain these Legislative Councils. It is purely the wish of the state government to revoke or to appoint these Councils. If the Councils go against the ideas of the Assembly, and acts unfairly, then why it should be tolerated, questioned Jagan.
Jagan is fuming for what happened in yesterday's Council. He plans towards the abolition of this Council. A special session is arranged on Monday only to decide on the AP Council's existence in the state.