Dubbaka MLA Raghunandan Rao said that Chief Minister KCR has turned the Assembly into a platform for his politics and this is unfortunate. He stated that KCR’s indirect ally Congress, direct ally MIM and had gathered and did not let him speak in the assembly. He spoke to reporters at the assembly media point.
“Bhatti Vikramarka, who spoke with the Center on the matter of electricity did not speak about the affairs of the state government. The Electricity Reforms Bill-2020 was introduced in Parliament this year and sent to the Select Committee. This Bill, which has not yet been passed, was discussed in the Assembly,” said Raghunandan.
Addressing the CM, Raghunandan indirectly commented, “respecting the opposition should start from you. He made it clear that if they are given an opportunity to speak tomorrow, he will answer the questions you have raised. It is alleged that the agenda of the assembly meetings were finalized during these two days targeting the central government. Who said not to form a national party? Establish BRS and take VRS. Otherwise, don’t limit yourself to the farmhouse. We have no objection. The people of Karnataka and Maharashtra are asking to meet in Telangana. Take a resolution to meet the areas of the old state in Telangana. Who knows? There is no place in the electricity bill to put meters for motors,” Raghunandan said.