Telangana, AP budget sessions likely to be stormy
HYDERABAD: Even as the ruling TRS and the TDP Governments are gearing themselves up for the budget sessions of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh respectively, Opposition parties of both the States are preparing to corner them for failure to fulfill their promises. Beginning on March 7, the sessions are likely to continue for 18 working days till March 27.
Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, during a cabinet meeting on Thursday, asked Ministers to be ready with complete information to reply to various important issues raised by the Opposition. He is understood to have asked Legislative Affairs Minister T Harish Rao to see that the budget session was held in a smooth manner without giving scope for the Opposition to create disturbance.
Similarly, AP Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu asked directed ministers to be equipped with proper information to give a befitting reply to the Opposition. The TDP Government is sure to be attacked on a number of issues like land pooling, capital city construction, compensation to land donors, failure to get special status and special package from the Centre. (NSS)