Conflict Between Guv and State Govt. Intensified: Sought Explanation on Common Recruitment Board
Hyderabad, Nov 16 : The conflict between the Governor Dr. Tamilisai Soundararajan has been intensified. The Governor has sought an explanation from the government on the Common recruitment Board.
It may be recalled that on oth of this month, Minister for Education Sabita Indira Reddy and the senior officials of the education department went to the Raj Bhavan and gavean explanation. A week has passed since the explanation, but the decision has not come out. Various bills are already pending with the Governor. The Government on the other hand, accused the governor of trying to play politics and also accused the Governor that she is working on the lines of BJP. However, the Governor has not taken any decision on the pending bills so far.
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