Majlis floor leader, Janab Akraruddin Owaisi yesterday was taking part in a debate on Budget demands in the Assembly and said that Chief Minister Chandrasekhar Rao was announced to start T Prime Scheme for the Minorities like T pride for Dalits. On the Majlis' demand, the Chief Minister was announced but not yet started the scheme. He thanked the government for building an IT Tower, worth Rs.1030 crore in Malakpet after a  representation by the Majlis. The IT Tower to be built on 10.3 acres. Majlis floor leader demands with the government to early start Metro Rail work in Old City which is yet to start.

Majlis floor leader said that the IT Minister has promised to develop the Old City on the lines of New City. If the government implemented all the decisions which were taken in the meeting then  Old City will look like New City. Road widening is a big problem in the Old City and completion of the Charminar Pedestrians project. Government should complete the project very fast. 

Majlis also demanded in the past to regularise the Notary documents because on Notary we can make a Registry. With this the poor people problem will be solved. Government should change the Notary documents with Registration as early as possible. Janab Akbar Owaisi demands that CAD charges by the

Electricity Department should be dismissed because there is an additional burden on people.

Majlis floor leader Akbaruddin Owaisi on Friday appealed to Governor Tamilisai Soundararajan to clear the pending Telangana Universities Common Recruitment Board Bill-2022, pertaining to recruitment of teachers in State universities. The Bill allows direct recruitment to posts of teaching and non-teaching staff, except in medical universities.

Taking part in a debate on Budget demands in the Assembly, Owaisi said thousands of aspirants were eagerly waiting for teachers recruitment in various State universities, hence, the Governor should clear the Bill at the earliest. The delay in granting assent to the Bill by the Governor was causing unrest among students, he said. There were about 1892 vacant posts in various universities in the State and if the Bill was cleared, a lot of people would benefit from it, he said.

He also urged the government to fill the 11,426 vacant posts of teaching and 5,472 posts of non-teaching staff in various government junior and degree colleges. He urged the State government to look into the issue of additional consumer deposit (ACD) charges as it would put an additional burden on the common man.

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