TRS resolution to cover all aspects
The arrangements are made for about 4,000 delegates. Only the public representatives like MPs, MLAs, constituency in-charges, corporators, councillors, division in-charges and district presidents are issued ID cards
Hyderabad: Telangana Rashtra Samithi would adopt 15 resolutions in the ensuing party’s plenary to be held in Khammam on April 27, which is the party’s formation day.
Talking to The Hans India, TRS Secretary General and chairman of Resolution Committee K Keshav Rao said almost all the priorities and schemes of the government were being covered in the resolutions. The subjects in the resolution include welfare, education, power, agriculture, States’ Reorganisation Act, Harita Hram, industry and IT, Mission Kakatiya, major irrigation, Mission Bhageeratha, double bedroom housing, Krishna Pushkarams, political resolution, law and order and drought.
Rao said the prevailing drought situation in the State would also be discussed at the party’s plenary. In the power sector, the government had worked miracles and the people no longer remembered the “power cuts.” By the next year, people of the State would encounter no power woes as the State would become surplus power. On the drinking water, Rao said Mission Bhageeratha was another step by the government to ensure potable water to each and everyone. “We have asked the people not to vote to us if we fail to provide drinking water,” he said.
He reiterated that the government would at any cost construct two lakh houses. He said the earlier government had done its bit in housing, but the requirements of the people had gone up and the single bedroom houses were not
The plenary would also discuss on the law and order situation and there would be special mention on illicit liquor (gudumba). Rao said the government had taken a decision to curb illicit liquor. There would be a discussion on what needed to be done to rehabilitate the people involved in brewing illicit liquor. Though the menace of illicit brewing of liquor was coming down, the problem still persisted in Scheduled Tribe Tandas, he added.
The TRS leader said the government would maintain strong state-Centre relations and also have cordial relations with the neighbouring states like Andhra Pradesh.
“Chief Minister has already said the State would not get involved in confrontations even on minor issues. The agreement with Maharashtra had shown to all the good intentions of the government to have cordial relations with the other states,” said Rao.
Keshav Rao said the government was doing its bid to have good administration. “When we took charge the situation was worse there was huge corruption but now the situation has changed. We brought the economy on track,” said Rao. Stating that the definition of secularism should be changed, the TRS leader said the State government would remain a secular state and added that every religion should be respected in the secular State. He said the TRS government gave funds for mosques during Muslim festival, churches during Christmas and to temples during Mahankali Jatara.
Meanwhile, the Finance Minister E Rajender, at a media conference, urged the party leaders to ensure that only those with invitation cards and ID cards attend the Plenary.
“The arrangements are made for about 4,000 delegates. Only the public representatives like MPs, MLAs, constituency in-charges, corporators, councillors, division in-charges and district presidents are issued ID cards,” he said.