BRS decided to boycott the President’s speech in Parliament. The decision was taken in the BRS Parliamentary Party meeting held at Pagati Bhavan on Sunday under the chairmanship of CM KCR. KCR directed the MPs on the strategies to be followed in the party assembly in the background of the budget meetings of the Parliament starting from the 31st of this month.
He suggested boycotting the President’s speech and insisting on a debate in Parliament on the governorship system. He said that the government should be questioned on the promises of partition and the members should use this meeting to expose central failures.
They want to demand the center implement various schemes like Rythu Bandhu and free electricity which are being implemented in Telangana. They want to stop the Center on the funds that should come to Telangana.
Last year too TRS MPs boycotted the then President Ram Nath Kovind’s speech in Parliament. They boycotted the President’s speech in protest against the Centre’s injustice to Telangana regarding various projects and funds. If we see that BRS has decided to boycott the President’s speech this time as well, it seems that it is ready to take a battle against the Center again.