Tamilisai, KCR exchange pleasantries after gap of Nine months

Hyderabad, June 28 (Maxim News): After a gap of more than nine months, Chief Minister K Chandrasekhara Rao called on Governor Dr Tamilisai Soundararajan at Raj Bhavan here on Tuesday.

The occasion was the swearing in ceremony of newly appointed High Court Chief Justice Ujjal Bhuyan. Tamilisai administered oath of office and secrecy to the new Chief Justice at a glittering ceremony held at Raj Bhavan.

As per the protocol, the Chief Minister has to be present at the Chief Justice’s swearing in ceremony. KCR reached the Raj Bhavan a few minutes before the ceremony. He presented a bouquet to Dr Tamilisai and exchanged pleasantries with her. Both the leaders wished each other and spent some time before moving to Darbar Hall to attend the ceremony.

Even after the event, KCR spent some time with the new Chief Justice and the Governor in Raj Bhavan. Later, Tamilisai saw off the Chief Minister.

Tamilisai, KCR exchange pleasantries after gap of Nine months

The last time that KCR had gone to Raj Bhavan was on October 11, 2021, on the occasion of swearing in of Justice Satish Chandra Sharma as chief justice of Telangana High Court.

After that, differences cropped up between the Chief Minister and the Governor over nomination of TRS leader Padi Kaushik Reddy as MLC under Governor’s quota. Tamilisai rejected his nomination on technical grounds, and it angered KCR.

Since then, the KCR government has been adopting a confrontationist stand towards the Governor and has stopped extending protocol facilities to her. And Tamilisai, too, started making aggressive comments against the KCR government.

Now, after eight months, both the leaders have met at Raj Bhavan, even if it is as part of the protocol. Union Minister G Kishan Reddy and other elected representatives were present.

According to Raj Bhavan sources, the ceremony was held on the grand note and the festival atmosphere was prevailed with the participation of both the Governor and the Chief Minister who shared the same dias and exchanged pleasantries one another after the gap of eight months. (Maxim News)


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