Telangana Assembly meet starts; to resume on Sept 27


HYDERABAD: The monsoon session of the Legal Assembly and Legislative Council which started on Friday will continue till October 5.

Your home was adjourned for September 27 after embracing condolence motions, mourning the passing away of previous members of your home in the recent past on the very first day. Later, business advisory committee (BAC) fulfilled on Assembly facilities to choose the agenda and the period of the monsoon session.

Speaker Pocharam Srinivas Reddy, Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao, legislative affairs minister Vemula Prashanth Reddy, financing minister T. Harish Rao, CLP leader Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka and AIMIM flooring leader Akbaruddin Owaisi were present in the BAC meeting.

After the BAC conference, the Chief Minister left for Delhi on a three-day check out.

BJP MLAs Raja Singh and M Raghunandan Rao protested for not welcoming the BJP for the BAC fulfill. In the BAC meeting, the Chief Minister provided to hold an Assembly session for any variety of days till all significant problems are gone over in your home after the Opposition parties demanded the session for 20 days. Later on, the state federal government proposed to hold the session till October 5.

It proposed to talk about 10 subjects in your home including IT, industries, Dalit Bandhu, Haritha Haaram and agriculture among others. Five expenses and 2 ordinances will be presented in the Assembly.

On the event, the Chief Minister proposed to set up a club solely for MLAs in Hyderabad on the lines of the Constitution Club for MPs in Delhi. He asked for the Speaker to visit and take a look at the Constitution Club in addition to the team comprising legislative affairs minister, financing minister and Opposition leaders, before starting the task. The Chief Minister assured to sanction funds to the job at the earliest once the design is finalised.

Released at Fri, 24 Sep 2021 14:24:04 -0500