Ruling out early polls, Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao today said the people would bless his party as the government was moving towards progress despite hurdles being created by the Opposition.
Speaking on motion of thanks to the Governor’s address in the Legislative Council here on Wednesday, KCR said that the TRS government’s aim was to see that there won’t be any contract employees in the State and the government was going to regularize the services of all eligible home guards. It was not correct to make the employees work with less salary, he added.
At this juncture, Congress MLC Ponguleti Sudhakar Reddy brought the issue of four villages, which were taken by Andhra Pradesh State and stressed the need to bring back those villages to Telangana State.
Reacting to it, the Chief Minister said it was a fact that the Andhra Pradesh has taken seven villages, which were not submerging under Polavaram project. The Chief Minister said he discussed the issue with his counterpart N Chandrababu Naidu in the past. KCR assured that he would discuss the issue again with Chandrababu Naidu and would strive to bring back those villages back to Telangana State.
Council Chairman K Swamy Goud adjourned the House to meet on Thursday after the debate on motion of thanks to the Governor’s speech. (NSS)