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Telangana legislative assembly sessions, which began on Monday, will be held till September 28. During its sessions, short discussions would be taken up on new Revenue Act, PV Narasimha Rao centenary celebrations, Covid-19 cases and government measures, construction of new secretariat, regulatory cultivation, new irrigation projects proposed by AP government, GST and introduction of some bills.

The Business Advisory Committee (BAC) meeting headed by speaker Pocharam Srinivas Reddy and attended by chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao along with other ministers and leaders of various political parties have decided to dedicate one hour for question hour and half hour for Zero Hour every day except on Tuesday during the 17 days session. Only six questions would be allowed during the question hour to enable the House to take up short discussion. The BAC decided to hold meetings from 4 pm to 6 pm when the special bills were presented before the assembly and ordinances were brought earlier.

The government will adopt a resolution on Tuesday i.e on September 8 urging the Centre to confer Bharat Ratna on the former Prime Minister Narasimha Rao.

Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, who is also leader of the house, said the government was ready to discuss all the issues pertaining to the people welfare and government programmes and even ready to debate more days if the speaker agrees for that. He said the government proposed 16 items for short discussions, which would be finalized by the speaker, he said. The CM asked the speaker to allocate time based on the strength of the parties. Congress legislature party leader Bhatti Vikramarka urged speaker to consider issues for discussion like coronavirus cases, LRS, BPS, Krishna water sharing issues, sanction of new universities, belt shops, SC & ST subplan, BC sub plan, new education policy, opposition role and podu cultivation etc.



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