By Express press service

HYDERABAD: Even as the state government is expected to highlight Telangana Jaatiya Samikyata Vajortsavalu in the three-day session of the state legislature, starting Tuesday, the opposition Congress is demanding that the session be takes place for 20 days to discuss all urgent matters.

It was tentatively decided to hold the session for three days. However, the Business Advisory Committee (BAC) which will meet on Tuesday will decide on the agenda and the number of days of the session.
The ruling TRS will spotlight development works like Dalit Bandhu and others. Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao is expected to make a statement on Telangana’s National Inclusion Day.

Among the three BJP MPs, T Raja Singh was arrested under the PD law, while M Raghunandana Rao is on an overseas trip. It remains to be seen whether another BJP MP, Etala Rajender, will be allowed to attend the session or not. The three BJP MPs were suspended on the first day of the budget session for the rest of the session. The Assembly was not prorogued after the budget session and the current monsoon session is the continuation of the budget session. For this reason, BJP MPs may not be allowed to attend the session.

Meanwhile, Congress Legislative Party (CLP) leader Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka on Monday called on the state government to hold the monsoon session of the Legislative Assembly for at least 20 days to debate and discuss the issues. faced by the people. In a statement, Vikramarka said the TRS government was abruptly ending sessions after completing its own agenda.

He said that Congress will raise the issues regarding the submergence of Kaleshwaram project in flood waters, failure to provide compensation for loss of crops caused by torrential rains in the state, VRA protests from 43 days, demands from government teachers, botched DPL surgeries at Ibrahimpatnam Government Hospital, lack of basic amenities at Basar IIIT and state-run social care homes, endemic viral fevers, waiver of agricultural loans to farmers, notification of employment, forfeiture of Dharani portal, 2BHK housing and failure to provide funds to irrigation projects on Krishna River.

September 17 – Telangana Independence Day: Congress

He said the BJP and the TRS were politicizing the significance of September 17. “Some say its ‘release’, some say its ‘fusion’, some say it’s a day of ‘betrayal’. However, it is actually a day when Telangana gained independence from the autocratic Nizam regime,” he said.

HYDERABAD: Even as the state government is expected to highlight Telangana Jaatiya Samikyata Vajortsavalu in the three-day session of the state legislature, starting Tuesday, the opposition Congress is demanding that the session be takes place for 20 days to discuss all urgent matters. It was tentatively decided to hold the session for three days. However, the Business Advisory Committee (BAC) which will meet on Tuesday will decide on the agenda and the number of days of the session. The ruling TRS will spotlight development works like Dalit Bandhu and others. Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao is expected to make a statement on Telangana’s National Inclusion Day. Among the three BJP MPs, T Raja Singh was arrested under the PD law, while M Raghunandana Rao is on an overseas trip. It remains to be seen whether another BJP MP, Etala Rajender, will be allowed to attend the session or not. The three BJP MPs were suspended on the first day of the budget session for the rest of the session. The Assembly was not prorogued after the budget session and the current monsoon session is the continuation of the budget session. For this reason, BJP MPs may not be allowed to attend the session. Meanwhile, Congress Legislative Party (CLP) leader Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka on Monday called on the state government to hold the monsoon session of the Legislative Assembly for at least 20 days to debate and discuss the issues. faced by the people. In a statement, Vikramarka said the TRS government was abruptly ending sessions after completing its own agenda. He said Congress will raise the issues regarding submergence of Kaleshwaram project in flood waters, failure to provide compensation for loss of crops caused by torrential rains in the state, VRA protests from 43 days, demands from government teachers, botched DPL surgeries at Ibrahimpatnam Government Hospital, lack of basic amenities at Basar IIIT and state-run social care homes, endemic viral fevers, waiver of agricultural loans to farmers, job notification, forfeiture of Dharani portal, 2BHK housing and failure to provide funds to irrigation projects on Krishna River. Sep 17 – Telangana Independence Day: Congress He said the BJP and TRS are politicizing the significance of September 17. “Some say its ‘liberation’, some say its ‘merger’, some say it’s a day of ‘betrayal’. However, it is actually a day when Telangana gained independence from the autocratic Nizam regime,” he said.