Delhi: Telangana CM KCR Likely To Meet PM Modi
KCR left in the evening, official sources said.
KCR left in the evening, official sources said.
Amidst the protest by the TSRTC workers, Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao likely to announce his decision over the routes to be made private, and government decision over TSRTC strike today.
BJP state president K Laxman met Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman and BJP National Working President Jagat Prakash Nadda on Wednesday, November 27.
After High Court gave green signal for Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao’s privatisation decision, KCR has met governor Tamilisai Sounderarajan on Monday at Raj Bhavan to discuss the TSRTC strike and new revenue system of the state.
Former Indian cricket captain Kapil Dev met Municipal Administration and Urban Development Minister KT Rama Rao at Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) office on Monday, November 25.
Nearly 48,000 employees had begun the indefinite strike on October 5 following a call by the Joint Action Committee (JAC) of the unions,demanding pay revision, recruitment to various posts, among others.
RTC employees unions leader E Ashwathama Reddy said they would announce their future course of action on Sunday.
Telangana High Court gave green signal for CM KCR’s proposal of Privatisation of several RTC bus routes on Friday, November 22. HC Dismissed all the wit petition filed by the TSRTC employees against TSRTC privatisation.
AIMIM president Asaduddin Owaisi on Thursday hit out at the NDA governments plan to conduct NRC across the country
Similarly, another TSRTC JAC leader Raji Reddy was taken into custody from his house. Striking workers raised slogans against the government over the police action.
More than 48,000 employees of TSRTC have been on strike since October 5 to press for 26 demands, the main being the merger of TSRTC with the government so that they are treated on par with the government employees.
In its affidavit, the government stated that under the Industrial Dispute Act of 1947, all workers must comply with company regulations...
The ruling Telangana Rashtra Samiti government is facing problems due to insufficient funds and may need an additional Rs 10,000 crore to tide over the fiscal expenditure that the government is having to incur due to its flagship schemes.
Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on Monday directed officials to fill up tanks in water-starved Suryapet district with Godavari river water
The TSRTC strike entered its 38th day today, the RTC JAC leaders and employees tried to lay siege to Harish Rao’s resident in Siddipet on Monday, November 11.
Condemning Saturday’s police action on the employees and others who took part in the ‘Chalo Tank Bund’ protest across the state, he said there was no Maoist participation as alleged.
The TSRTC strike enters its 36th day on Saturday. Commuter woes continues along with the indefinite strike called by the TSRTC employees of the Telangana State Road Transport Corporation. TSRTC JAC planned to further intensify the protest by their proposal of ‘Chalo Tank Bund’ today.
Telangana High Court which conducted a hearing over Public Interest Litigation petition filed by Telangana Jana Samithi Vice president Prof PL Vishweshwar Rao gave a stay over Telangana Chief Minister CM KCR’s decision of privatising 5,100 TSRTC buses in specified routes, and postponed the next hearing to Monday, November 11.
The opposition Congress and BJP have also announced their support to the ‘Chalo Tank Bund’ protest.
CM KCR held an emergency review meeting with Telangana Transport officials over the TSRTC strike. CM KCR to discuss over the affidavit to be submitted to the court in this meeting and to take key decision over the 50% privitisation of TSRTC.
The meeting called by senior Congress leaders in Telangana Gandhi Bhavan ended in chaos on Tuesday, November 5. After Telangana Congress leaders V. Hanumantha Rao and Mohammed Ali Shabbir got into a heated argument with each other at Gandhi Bhavan in front of the Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad.
Even After Telangana Chief Minister KCR sets November 5 as deadline for agitating TSRTC employees to rejoin the duties, only 208 has rejoined their duties.
The murder of Tahsildar Vijaya Reddy is one of the worst incidents that have happened in the state, said Malkajgiri MP, Revanth Reddy.
The meeting opined that the matter would get delayed further if it goes to the Supreme Court, it said.
One more RTC employee died of a heart attack after the TSRTC employees’ strike reached its 31st day on Monday (November 4).
TSRTC-JAC leader Ashwathama Reddy said the Chief Minister could not instill confidence among workers,
KCR’s Deadline Not a Deterrent, TSRTC Strike To Continue: JAC Leaders
Another setback for TDP in Telangana. Former MLA and senior leader of the party, Elati Annapurnamma, along with her son Mallikarjun Reddy has resigned from the Telugu Desam Party
The Telanagana Chief Minister KCR has scheduled to hold Telangana Cabinet meeting in Pragathi Bhavan on November 2 at 3 PM. CM KCR to take Decision over several issues including TSRTC Strike.
The Telangana Chief Minister KCR has scheduled to hold Telangana Cabinet meeting in Pragathi Bhavan on November 2. To review the current situation due to TSRTC strike and to take the key decision over the agitating RTC employees.
Agitating TSRTC employees met Srimannarayana Chinna Jeeyar Swamy and submitted a memorandum to Swamiji requesting him to convince CM KCR over merger demand.
TSRTC JAC leaders along with RTC employees had successfully completed public meeting ‘’Sakalajanula Samarabheri ‘’ which they had planned against the TRS Government’s apathy towards the striking employees. Huge crowd attended the meeting in which is held in Saroor Nagar grounds today, (October 30).
Telangana Municipal and IT Minister KT Rama Rao met Union Defense Minister Rajnath Singh in Delhi on Wednesday, October 30 and made an appeal from the state government for Defense Lands for Skyways Construction.
TSRTC JAC leaders along with RTC employees are conducting ‘’Sakalajanula Samarabheri ‘’ a public meeting in protest against the TRS Government’s apathy towards the striking employees. The protest is being held in Saroor Nagar grounds today, (October 30) afternoon from 2 PM to 5 PM.
Former Communist Party of India (CPI) leader Sambasiva Rao who was on an indefinite hunger strike in Himayathnagar since the last two days was shifted to a government hospital here by police on Monday, October 28. His health was deteriorating and was admitted at the Nizam’s Institute of Medical Sciences (NIMS) hospital in the early hours of Monday.
CM KCR who visited Huzurnagar for the first time after TRS candidateSanampudi Saidi Reddy won Huzurnagar by-election with a huge margin of 43,358 votes against Congress candidate Nalamada Padmavathi Reddy on Saturday, October 26 announced a bouquet of developmental programmes and welfare initiatives for the Huzurnagar constituency.
Communist Party of India leader Kunamaneni Sambasiva Rao started an indefinite hunger strike from Saturday, October 26 at Makdoom Bhavan in Himayatnagar in support of the ongoing TSRTC strike.
Telangana Chief Minister KCR is scheduled to attend thanksgiving meeting in Huzurnagar at 3 PM on Saturday. With the TRS party’s huge victory in the by-election, on the request of TRS key leaders, the chief minister has decided to hold thanksgiving meet and to give some key announcements over the welfare schemes for the constituency people.
Osmania University students also extended their support to TSRTC employees and raised their voice against the Telangana Chief Minister strong disapproval over TSRTC merger with state government and organised a public meet at Arts College in university premises today.
KT Rama Rao said that the Telangana government would be declaring 2020 as the year of Artificial Intelligence (AI), to promote its use in various sectors including Agriculture and Healthcare.