Telugu Desam Party (TDP) president and Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu will visit Delhi on April 2 and April 3 and meet representatives of all political parties over the demand of Special Category Status to Andhra Pradesh.
Naidu on Tuesday convened an all-party meeting here to address the special status issue.
"Meeting is convened as emergency to take everyone's suggestions and decide how to go forward in Parliament. We have invited organisations that fought for the state during bifurcation and the ones fighting now," Naidu said at the meet.
On March 16, the ruling TDP reached a deadlock with BJP over the non-issuance of 'special category status' to the state, and the former ultimately quit the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance at the Centre.
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