Hyderabad, Sept 13: After Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao (KCR) announced on September 11 to launch a new party in the coming days, his daughter and MLC K Kavitha said the state would oppose the Centre’s power sector reforms. and also said that there would be a proposal to this effect. Introduced in the state assembly on 13 September. In addition, he also spoke about the state’s demand to name the new Parliament building after B R Ambedkar.
Kavita said that a resolution will be passed in the state assembly opposing the Centre’s power sector reforms, “Our CM announced in the assembly that as a state, we are going to oppose the power reforms announced by the Centre. Tomorrow, the proposal will be tabled in the state assembly. Also, our state is demanding that the new parliament building be named after Dr. BR Ambedkar. KCR urges the Center to withdraw power sector reforms, three agriculture laws Taking a dig at the Center for withdrawing, CM KCR requested the Modi government to do the same with the power sector reforms introduced for SC/ST people, “Please, for God’s sake, take back the power reforms.
that has been offered by you. You are a trader of introduce and withdraw laws. You made three wrong laws against farmers, you took them back and apologized. So before people raise their voices again, I request you to take back the power reforms you introduced for our poor, SC/ST people.” Notably, despite protests from the states, the Center has passed the Parliament’s notice. Power sector measures were introduced in the monsoon session, offering farmers to choose any electricity service provider from the network of electricity suppliers under the controversial Electricity Amendment Bill, 2022… ‘die but don’t’. Karo’ KCR recalled the reforms initiated by Telangana for the benefit of farmers by providing them free electricity and further said that he would die but not follow the Centre’s reforms. “Before Telangana became a state, a lot of farmers. All the issues remained. Farmers were dying by suicide. We are doing reforms, giving free electricity to farmers. The Center is asking us to levy electricity bills, install meters. We will die but will not set the meter. ,
Following Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao’s (KCR) announcement of launching a new party in the coming days on September 11, his daughter and MLC K Kavita said the state would oppose the Centre’s power sector reforms and also said that there shall be a motion to this effect. Introduced in the state assembly on 13 September. In addition, he also spoke about the state’s demand to name the new Parliament building after B R Ambedkar.
Story first published: Tuesday, September 13, 2022, 17:13 [IST]