The last assembly sessions of Telangana in this term (2018-23) kickstarted today i.e., on August 3rd. The sessions will continue for a week. This session is expected to be stormy as both the ruling and opposition parties have been raging to go against each other. The opposition parties Congress and BJP are looking to raise issues like crop damages due to rains, Dharani web portal, TSPSC paper leak, 2 BHK houses allotment, Rythu Bandhu disbursal, etc,
On the other hand, the ruling party, BRS is going to defend by projecting what has been done for the state in the party’s ruling period and also the government is looking to lambast the center’s approach towards the state. BRS is criticizing that the BJP is not releasing funds or projects to the state. The last assembly session happened in February this year when the state’s budget was introduced.
As per the norms, the assembly sessions should be held at least once in six months. With the talk that the next elections will be conducted in November or December, these will be the last before the elections.