Puducherry, Mar 18 (UNI) Alleging that the administration here was stagnant due to differences of opinion between Chief Minister N Rangasamy and five ministers, the Puducherry unit of the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) today urged AICC to take immediate steps to find an amicable settlement to the problem.
In a resolution adopted at the executive committee meeting here, the party felt that implementation of people's welfare schemes had come to a stand still because of this. But it should not be considered as a problem in the Congress government, but that the present situation would tarnish the immage of the Democratic Progressive Alliance (DPA) here.
Another resolution urged the Centre to take immediate steps to pass the 33 per cent Reservation Bill for women in Parliament and state legislatures in the current session.
Resolutions urging Chief Minister N Rangasamy to adopt a unanimous resolution in the forthcoming budget session of the House to celebrate the first day of Tamil month ''Thai'' as the Tamil New Year Day, seeking to abolish the entrance examination for admissions to professional courses here as in Tamil Nadu, setting up of a welfare board for fishermen, setting up of a tripartite committee to fix cane price, were also adopted in the meeting.
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