In the meeting that went on for two-and-a-half hours, he covered a wide gamut of political priorities, including the Huzurabad byelection.
'I challenge the TRS leaders to come clean on their assets. I have maintained transparency about my properties,' BJP leader Eatala Rajender said.
Sangareddy MLA T Jayaprakash Reddy said that he had not been criticising the Telangana CM K Chandrasekhar Rao for a while now and that he would not do so for the next two years.
Meanwhile, Rajender’s wife Eatala Jamuna alleged that both KT Rama Rao and K Kavitha stayed away from the Telangana movement initially.
On the issue of coal shortage at national level, Ponnala blamed the Centre for its policy failure, as the prices of coal were not impacted by market conditions.
The PCC chief said it was the Congress which had successfully completed most of the projects in the State.
MLA Venkateswara Rao asserted that he has never done anything that would affect the development of Kothagudem town.
In a letter addressed to the CM, former Minister Nagam Janardhan Reddy stated that the AP government had no legal right to use even a single drop of water without satisfying the needs of Telangana.
The government wanted to shift the market from Gaddiannaram as it wanted to build a super-speciality hospital there, and it is keen on grounding the work as early as possible.
A member of the Central Waqf Council said that the Telangana CM’s announcement was probably meant to silence critics.
Meanwhile, a few families in ward 27 of Huzurabad town put up placards outside their homes, barring entry to BJP leaders begging for votes.
He pointed to the State government’s ‘Samagra Kutumba Survey’ in 2015 which should have included the BCs census as well.
The Chief Minister, in a high-level meeting announced that the Telangana government would not allow forest land to be further encroached at any cost.
The issue was taken up after it was brought to the notice of TS Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao during the session at the Assembly.
During a debate in the Assembly, the Chief Minister said that though the government wanted to implement the scheme in the past, the pandemic put a spoke in its plans.