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FILE e-petition to Legislative Bodies in Andhra Pradesh - Hyderabad

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The concept of e-petitions has been devised to reinforce the historic role of the House as the principal recipient of public petitions.

It establishes a direct link between the people and the Legislature and ensures a better understanding of the working of the Legislature. It is intended to provide citizens an electronic access to the Legislature throughout the year to find a quick solution to the public grievance with the Member concerned as a facilitator.

The petitions submitted are acknowledged immediately, processed and forwarded to the concerned authorities to ensure a prompt reply through mail. This will ensure greater accountability of the Executive to the people through the institution of Legislature.

Scroll below and fill the details to file the e-petition directly to the members.


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Legislative Assembly of Andhra Pradesh -Hyderabad

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The Andhra Pradesh Legislature has carved for itself a pride of place in the Indian Parliamentary Democratic system by initiating several new peoples friendly legislative practices during the last fifty five years of its journey on the road to achieve all-round development of the State.
Andhra Pradesh, the first linguistic state and the fifth largest state in the Indian union, was formed on 1st November, 1956 with the unification of Andhra State and the Telugu speaking areas of the erstwhile Hyderabad State. Consequent to the formation of State of Andhra Pradesh the 140 Members of Andhra State Legislative Assembly and 105 Members representing the Telugu speaking areas of Hyderabad State were merged together resulting in the formation of Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly.
In 1956, the Andhra Pradesh Legislature was Unicameral with only a Legislative Assembly consisting 245 Members. The first meeting of the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly was held on 3rd December, 1956. Sri Ayyadevara Kaleswara Rao and Sri Konda Lakshman Bapuji were elected as the first Speaker and the first Deputy Speaker respectively of the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly.
In 1958, with the constitution of Legislative Council the unicameral Andhra Pradesh Legislature has become bicameral.
Due to delimitation of constituencies several ups and downs have taken place in the number of elected Members of Legislative Assembly in Andhra Pradesh.  In 1956 it was 245, in 1962 it was 300, in 1967 and 1972 it was 287 and from 1978 onwards it is 294.

In the five and half decades of history of Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly, Sri B.V. Subba Reddy was the only Presiding Officer who has been elected twice as Speaker in 1962 and 1967 unanimously in the Third and Fourth Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly.
The most significant feature of the Fourth Legislative Assembly is that it has the highest number of Independents in the House. Out of the 294 elected Members of the Legislative Assembly 68 Members were Independents. Sri P. Ranga Reddy, who has been elected as Speaker in 1972 by the Fifth Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly also served as the Chairman of the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Council from 1968 to 1972.  He was the only person who has served as the Presiding Officer for both the Houses of Andhra Pradesh Legislature.  He was also appointed as Pro-tem Speaker for the Eighth Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly in 1985.
Another distinctive feature of the Fifth Legislative Assembly is that its term was extended by one year due to declaration of internal emergency in the country and it was continued up to 1978.
The Sixth Legislative Assembly was constituted on 5th March, 1978.


The Seventh Legislative Assembly was constituted on 8th January, 1983 and was dissolved on 23rd November, 1984. In the history of Andhra Pradesh Legislature the Seventh Legislative Assembly was shortest Assembly in terms of its tenure. Another important feature of the Seventh Assembly was for the first a Confidence Motion was moved and carried in the House on 20th September, 1984.
The Eighth Legislative Assembly was constituted on 8th March, 1985 and dissolved on 28th November, 1989 and during the period of Eighth Legislative Assembly the State Legislature has again become unicameral as the Legislative Council was dissolved on 31st May, 1985.
For the first time the Committee on Welfare of Women and Children and Disabled Welfare was constituted by the Ninth Legislative Assembly in the year 1993.
The Tenth Legislative Assembly which was constituted on 12th December, 1994 has taken several far reaching measures like constitution of Committee on Ethics and Committee on Welfare of Minorities. Live telecasting of Proceedings of the House has also been started during the Tenth Legislative Assembly.
The Eleventh Legislative Assembly which was constituted on 10th October, 1999 has elected Smt. K. Prathibha Bharathi as Speaker, the first women Presiding Officer of the Andhra Pradesh Legislature. The most remarkable feature of the Eleventh Legislative Assembly was that the Members were sent on a study tour to the developing countries of South Asian region.
Dr.A.P.J.Abdul Kalam, the President of India has addressed the Twelfth Legislative Assembly on 14th July, 2004. It was the second time in the history of Andhra Pradesh Legislature that the First Citizen of India has addressed the Legislative Assembly. Previously, Dr. Neelam Sanjeeva Reddy addressed the Members of the Legislature on 28thJune, 1978. The Twelfth Legislative Assembly has taken several new initiatives by constituting the Committee on Wild Life and Environment Protection, Web casting and Digitization of Proceedings of the House.
The present Thirteenth Legislative Assembly which was constituted on 19th May, 2009 has so many notable features to its credit. Out of the 294 elected Members of the Legislative Assembly 147 Members were elected first time to the House. 36 women Members, highest number so far, were elected to the House.


Composition and Duration

The Legislative Assembly consists of 294 elected members and one member nominated by the Governor from among Anglo-Indian Community, under Article 333 of the Constitution of India. The duration of the Assembly is five years from the date appointed for its first meeting, unless sooner dissolved. The expiration of the said period of five years operates as dissolution of the House.



Functions of the Legislative Assembly

The Legislative Assembly has cardinal functions of Legislation, overseeing of administration, passing of budget, and ventilation of public grievances. 

Legislative Council of Andhra Pradesh and Members in AP

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Legislative Council of Andhra Pradesh


The Legislative Council of a state is constituted as per Article 168 of Indian Constitution. As per Article 171 of the Indian Constitution the total number of Members in the Legislative council of a State shall not exceed one third of the total number of Members in the Legislative Assembly.

Of the total number of Members of the Legislative Council, 1/3 of Members are elected by electorates consisting of the Members of Local Authorities, 1/12 are elected by electorates consisting of graduates residing in the State, 1/12 are elected by electorates consisting of persons engaged in teaching, 1/3 are elected by the Members of Legislative Assembly and the remaining are nominated by the Governor.

The Andhra Pradesh Legislative Council was formed for the first time on 1st July, 1958 and it was abolished on 31st May, 1985. It was reconstituted on 30th March, 2007. The total number of Members of the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Council is 90. The Legislative Council is a permanent legislative body. 1/3 of its Members shall retire for every 2 years.




The role and responsibilities of Members of Legislative Council are almost all similar to that of Members of Legislative Assembly except in financial matters (like bills) .

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL of AP MEMBERS INFORMATION


Members' Information



S. No
Name of the member
Party Affiliation
1Mr M.V.S. SarmaINDT 
2Mr Katcha George Victor  INDT 
3Mr Chigurupati Vara PrasadTDP
4Mr Yandapalli Srinivasulu Reddy   INDT 
5Dr. M. Geyanand     INDT 
6Dr. K. Nageshwar       INDT 
7Mr Naradasu Laxman Rao     TRS
8Mr Kapilavai Dileep Kumar   TRS
9Mr Gade Srinivasulu Naidu   INDT 
10Mr K.V.V. Satyanarayana RajuINDT 
11Mr K.S. Lakshmana Rao      INDT 
12Mr Vitapu BalasubrahmanyamINDT 
13Dr. Mr  Bachala Pullaiah   INDT 
14Mr Katepally Janardhan Reddy     INDT 
15Mr B. Mohan Reddy   INDT 
16Mr Chukka Ramaiah   INDT 
17Mr Ilapuram Venkaiah INC
18Mr Y.V. B. Rajendra Prasad      TDP
19Mr Narayana Reddy Chadipiralla   INDT 
20Mr Mettu Govinda Reddy    TDP
21Mr Yellareddigari Sivarami Reddy     INC
22Mr Peerukatla Viswa Prasada Rao         INC
23Mr Vasireddy Varada Rama Rao INC
24Mr D.V. Suryanarayana RajuINC
25Mr Dadi Veerabhadra Rao    TDP
26Mr Boddu Bhaskara Rama RaoTDP
27Mr China Rajappa Nimmakayala  TDP
28Mr Angara Rama Mohan     TDP
29Mr Meka Seshu Babu     INDT
30Mr T.G.V. Krishna Reddy    INC
31Dr. Rayapati Srinivas INC
32Mr Pothula Rama RaoINC
33Mr Narayana Reddy VakatiINC
34Mr K. Jayachandra Naidu   INC
35Dr. Desai Thippa Reddy     INDT
36Vacant --
37Mr S. Jagadeeswar Reddy     INC
38Mr V. Bhoopal ReddyINC
39Mr Arikala Narsa Reddy     TDP 
40Mr K. Premsagar Rao INC
41Mr T. Bhanu Prasad Rao INC
42Vacant   --
43Mr Potla Nageswar Rao    TDP 
44Mr Nethi Vidya SagarINC
45Mr M. S. Prabhakar Rao    INC
46Mr Syed Aminul Hasan JafriAIMIM
47Mr Patnam Narender Reddy     TDP
48Mr K.R. AmosINC
49Mr S. Indrasain ReddyINC
50Mr I. B. A. MasquatiTDP
51Mr Kompally Yadava ReddyINC
52Mr Gangadhar Goud VullollaTDP
53Mr B. Changal RayuduINC
54Mr Cherupally Seetha RamuluCPIM
55Mr Jalli Wilson     CPI
56Mr Gundumala Thippe Swamy    INC
57Mr Nagapuri Rajalingam   INC
58Mr Rudraraju Padma Raju    INC
59Mr Paladugu Venkata Rao INC
60Mr D. SrinivasINC
61Mrs. Pulla Padmavathi  INC
62Mr M. Ranga Reddy  INC
63Mr Ponguleti Sudhakar Reddy   INC
64Mr Balasani Lakshminarayana TDP
65Mr C. Ramachandraiah     PRP
66Mrs. Bharathi Dhiravat    INC
67Mr Bodakunti VenkateshwarluTDP
68Mr S.V. Satish Kumar Reddy   TDP
69Mr Mohammad Jani    INC
70Mrs. Nannapaneni Raja Kumari TDP
71Mr Pogaku Yadagiri TDP
72Mr Peer Shabbir Ahmed INC
73Mr K. Laxmi Durgesh Prasad   INC
74Mr P.J. Chandra Shekara RaoCPI 
75Mr Singam Basava Punnaiah   INC
76Mr Sidda Raghava RaoTDP
77Mr Syed Altaf Hyder RazviAIMIM
78Mr M. Sudhakar Babu INC
79Mr Reddivari Reddappa Reddy Nominated
80Dr. P.V. Ranga RaoNominated
81Dr. A. Chakrapani Nominated
82Mrs. Angoori Lakshmi Shiva KumariNominated
83Mr Jupudi Prabhakara Rao Nominated
84Mr Shaik HussainNominated
85Mrs. Balashali Indira    Nominated
86Mr D. Rajeshwar RaoNominated
87Dr. M.V. RaoNominated
88Mr Kanukula Janardhan ReddyNominated
89Mr Farooq HussainNominated
90Mr B. Venkata RaoNominated

How to get a Money Lending/Pawn Broker Licence in Hyderabad? www.meeseva.gov.in

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How to get a Money Lending/Pawn Broker Licence in Hyderabad? www.meeseva.gov.in

The citizen must apply for Pawn Broking / Money Lending License with the following enclosures / documents :
  • Application form in Triplicate
  • Passport Size Photos - 3
  • Original Bank Challan
  • National Saving Certificate for 10,000/- in the name of Applicant / Firm
  • Proof ID
  • PAN Card
  • Property Documents attested
  • Bank A/c Statement above six months with a minimum balance of Rs 1,00,000/-
  • Copy of Firm Registration
  • Affidavit
  • Self-Addressed envelope, acknowledgement and affixed registered postage fee stamps

The citizen has to pay Rs. 1000/ - in the form of CHALLAN at the eSEVA Centre at the time of applying for Pawn Broking / Money Lending Fresh License.

Head of Accounts Details:

  • Major Head : 1 4 7 5 : Other General Economic Services
  • Sub Major Head :
  • Minor Head : 2 0 0 : Regularization of other business
  • Group Sub Head :
  • Sub Head : 0 4 : Admn. of Money Lending Act
  • Detailed Head :
  • Sub Detailed Head :
  • DDO Code : 2 5 0 0 2 3 0 2 0 0 1

Service Charges : The citizen has to pay Rs. 200 / - at the eSEVA Centre at the time of applying for the Fresh License.

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Apathbandhu Scheme to implement accident insurance scheme for the below poverty line families in Andhra Pradesh to provide insurance coverage in case of accidental deaths in the policy year. The citizen can apply for the above at the nearest eSEVA centres identified for their respective mandals.

The citizen has to pay Rs. 30 / - at the eSEVA Centre at the time of applying for the Apathbandhu.

The Nature of deaths covered under ApathBandhu Scheme shall be as follows:
  • Deaths resulting from breakdown of Law and Order/Riots and acts of the State in the restoration of Law and Order, excluding deaths arising out of faction fights.
  • Deaths of passengers in accident caused or resulting from operation of passenger carrying vehicles owned/hired by A.P.S.R.T.C., or deaths caused or resulting from operation of any other vehicles including deaths of pedestrians caused by all such vehicles.
  • Deaths resulting from accident to water borne vessels such as boats etc., while they are plying.
  • Deaths on account of floods, cyclones, storms, thunderbolts, inundation etc.
  • Deaths on account of collapse of building/bridges.
  • Deaths on account of fire accidents.
  • Deaths on account of electrocution.
  • Deaths on account of extremist violence.
  • Deaths resulting from attacks/atrocities against SCs/STs.
  • Murder and death of women on account of rape, molestation etc.
  • Deaths on account of earthquakes.
  • The Toddy Tappers, who die due to accidental fall, are covered under ' "Apathbandhu" scheme, as it is an accidental death. If the case is covered under the Excise Department Insurance Scheme, then it will not be considered under "Apathbandhu"
  • People, who die due to drowning, also are covered under 'Apathbandhu' scheme, as it is an accidental death.
  • Death due to Rabies/Dog bite is also covered under 'Apathbandhu' scheme subject to the condition that the Dog bite has taken place during the policy period and the death of the person has occurred within 12 months of the Dog bite and subject to post-mortem report.
  • Death due to Snake bite or due to attack by wild animals is also covered under 'Apathbandhu' scheme, as these are accidents, subject to post-mortem report or Medical Certificate from the Doctor not below the rank of Assistant Civil Surgeon.
  • Any other accidental deaths, not specifically excluded.

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