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The Telangana House passed two resolutions, urging Centre to name new Parliament after Ambedkar, and seeking withdrawal of the Centre's new Electricity (Amendment) Bill, 2022


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HomePolitical PulseThree-day Telangana session, fireworks over BJP being kept out of panel


Three-day Telangana session, fireworks over BJP being kept out of panel

The Telangana House passed two resolutions, urging Centre to name new Parliament after Ambedkar, and seeking withdrawal of the Centre's new Electricity (Amendment) Bill, 2022












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Hyderabad | Updated: September 20, 2022 8:31:32 am



































Telangana CM K Chandrasekhar Rao speaking at the Assembly session last week. (Screengrab: Twitter/ @Telangana CMO)The three-day Telangana Assembly session last week witnessed fireworks as the members of the ruling Telangana Rashtra Samiti (TRS) and the Opposition BJP took on each other.

The session – which started on September 6 and was held again on September 12 and 13 – began on a stormy note with Speaker Pocharam Srinivas Reddy not inviting the BJP to the Business Advisory Committee (BAC) meeting. Giving the reason for his decision, the Speaker said that a party with just three members would not be invited to the BAC meeting. However, the BJP MLAs, Etela Rajender and M Raghunandan Rao, criticised the K Chandrashekar Rao-led TRS government for breaking from the tradition of inviting all parties including the one with just one MLA to the BAC meetings.

The TRS government also said no to suggestion made by the Congress, BJP and AIMIM that the session should be held for a few more days, citing the Ganesh immersion security arrangements and the September 17 commemoration of the “Telangana Integration Day”.

The Speaker suspended Rajender for creating ruckus in the Assembly over the BAC issue. Raghunandan Rao did not attend the last day of the session.

The Assembly also passed two resolutions unanimously, urging the Narendra Modi-led central government to name the new Parliament building in New Delhi after B R Ambedkar, and opposing the Centre’s new electricity amendment bill and seeking its withdrawal.

https://indianexpress.com/article/political-pulse/three-day-telangana-session-fireworks-over-bjp-being-kept-out-of-panel-8160717/


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