Hyderabad, Sept.7 (Hydnow): Telangana Assembly session which began on Monday will be conducted for 18 days till September 28, according to Business Advisory Committee (BAC) meeting.
The house will have four holidays on September 12, 13, 20 and 27, as per BAC decision. The meeting saw argument on temporary removal of media point during the session.
Leader of the house K Chandrasekhar Rao expressed anguish at leader of opposition Bhatti Vikramarka for his displeasure on media point removal.
The Congress leader sought to know as to why they have taken a decision against the media point. It will deprive opposition parties to express their views and opinion, register protests on key issues, Vikramarka said in the BAC meeting.
On this KCR has slammed the Congress leader and said that amid Corona scare, spreading, the media point was removed. There was an argument between the leaders of the house and the opposition leader on the issue.
The house is important and not the media point to deal with the agenda items, issues and those of public good, KCR said. The opposition parties will get time as per the agenda to talk on the issues the Chief Minister assured.
He also sought cooperation of the opposition parties for smooth and fair conduct of the house. The house will discuss a revenue bill on 10,11 and pass it besides moving a resolution in favour of Bharat Rathna for PV Narsimha Rao he informed.
The leader of the house has said that the house is ought take up key issues and welfare programs as well.
BAC took several key decisions including number of working days, four holidays on September 12,13, 20 and 27. The BAC decisions including one hour question hour and half an hour for zero hour in the house amid Corona protocols.
It will also introduce a new revenue bill, to pass a resolution seeking Bharat Rathna for former prime minister PV Narsimha Rao among others.
Speaker Pocharam Srinivas Reddy has chaired the meeting attended by leader of the house K Chandrasekhar Rao, assembly affairs Minister V Prashant Reddy, leader of opposition Bharti Vikramarka and others. (Hydnow)