Telangana Assembly meetings will be held from today. However, 9 former legislators will be mourned earlier in the Telangana Assembly sessions. The House will then adjourn. The decision on the number of days for the meetings will be taken at a BAC meeting chaired by Speaker Pocharam Srinivas Reddy. This time it seems that the government intends to hold the assembly sessions for a week. Opposition parties have stated they will not run in the by-elections.
The KCR government is planning to pass more than five bills in this assembly session. It also seems to include a law on Dalit kinship. Opposition groups called for a government crackdown on dissent. Without allocating funds in the budget, the Congress seems to be questioning how the Dalit kinship system can be implemented across the state.
Also, there will be a comprehensive discussion on various public issues. The BJP has decided to crack down on delays in the distribution of Asara pensions. The RTC is likely to press the government on the implementation of the Dalit Bond Scheme, unemployment benefits as well as the hike in electricity charges. Opposition parties have stated they will not run in the by-elections. With this, the Telangana assembly sessions are likely to go wild.