Hyderabad: Winter session of the Telangana Legislative Assembly has been postponed indefinitely. The conventions began on October 27 and lasted for 16 days. Discussion on farmers, education, education, teaching fees, administrative reforms, etc. The meeting discussed the issues of greenhouse gambling and rehabilitation, farmers 'loan wage, minimum support price, KCR kit, land records purging, minority welfare, assistance for farming, farmers' coordination, unemployment,
These conventions have been approved by the Puducate Amendment Bill, the PATA, the Faculty of the Faculties, the VAT, 2, the Gaming Legislative Bills, Excise, Shapes and Establishment, Road Development Corporation, Lokayuktu and Official Language Bills.
Congress is dissatisfied
The Congress has expressed dissatisfaction with the main opposition on the turn of the House. The TPCC president Uthamkumar Reddy said that the government has been holding the session for 50 days. He criticized the government for not resolving public issues. The government has not responded properly on any issue raised by the Opposition.