Chief Minister KCR has decided to hold Telangana assembly meetings in December. It was decided to hold assembly meetings for about a week. The Telangana government will soon announce the dates in this regard. On this occasion, the state’s economic situation and central sanctions will be discussed. The 4th installment of the 8th meeting held in September will continue. As the previous meetings were not prorogued, these will continue as a continuation of it. Due to this, there is no chance for Governor Tamilisai to give a speech.
Government leaders say that Telangana has lost Rs 40,000 crore in revenue for the financial year 2022-23 due to the unnecessary restrictions imposed by the BJP government on the progressive state of Telangana. On the same issue, a decision was taken to shut down the center in the assembly meetings. It seems that CM KCR is planning to stop the ongoing ED and IT attacks in the state in the discussions.
He alleged that the Center will block the development of Telangana with such measures. It is mentioned that the legislative session will be held for a week in the month of December to explain this matter to the state’s people in detail. CM KCR ordered Finance Minister Harish Rao and Legislative Assembly Affairs Minister Prashant Reddy to organize this meeting.
However, in these assembly meetings, there are bills to change the name of Mulugu Forest College to Telangana Forest University, formation of a joint board for the replacement of teachers in state universities, Private Universities Act, Municipalities Act, Nizamabad Industrial Area Act, Public Employment Act, Mohr Vehicle Taxes Act Amendment Bills. Should these bills be discussed again in the assembly? Or it seems that a decision will be taken soon on whether to introduce new bills.