KCR Not Attending Assembly: The budget session of the Telangana Assembly has entered its fourth day, yet the absence of Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) leader and former Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao casts a shadow over proceedings. Initially sidelined due to a hip fracture, KCR’s swift recovery led to speculation about his return to the Telangana Assembly. His son and BRS working president, K.T. Rama Rao, confidently declared his father’s imminent entry, presenting a formidable challenge to Chief Minister A. Revanth Reddy and his team.
Despite KCR’s ceremonial appearance a day before the budget session began, where he took the oath as an MLA and assumed the role of opposition leader, his actual presence during the session on February 8 was conspicuously absent. BRS leaders assured KCR Not Attending Assembly the budget presentation, but their promises went unfulfilled, raising questions about the party’s leadership and its commitment to legislative engagement.
Critics, including Revanth Reddy and other Congress leaders, have raised concerns over KCR’s continuous absence, particularly during discussions on crucial issues such as Krishna water. Accusing KCR of neglecting the interests of Telangana by staying away from the assembly, they highlight the importance of his active participation in addressing state matters. With KCR’s priorities seemingly elsewhere, his absence continues to fuel speculation and criticism within political circles.
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