Hyderabad: The Business Advisory Committee (BAC) that met here on Monday under the Chairmanship of Assembly Speaker Pocharam Srinivas Reddy and attended by Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao , CLP leader Bhatti Vikramarka and MIM Floor Leader Akbaruddin Owaisi has announced the tentative schedule of the Monsoon session of the State Legislature. The Assembly and Council will work till September 28 with four holidays during the session.
While question hour will be limited to six questions and will be of only one hour duration, the zero hour will be limited to half an hour. The proceedings on the second day – Tuesday – will include government businesses and resolutions. There will be short discussions on important issues on Wednesday and all other days. There is a possibility of the government taking up the new Revenue Bill for discussion on Thursday and Friday. The Assembly will not be working for four days during the entire session, on September 12 (Saturday) and on 13, 20 and 27 being Sundays.
CLP Leader Bhatti Vikramarka, who opposed the shutting down of media point, demanded discussions on issues such as Covid-19, sharing of Krishna river water with AP, the Telangana Layout and Building Regularisation Scheme, sanction of universities, belt shops, podu cultivation, demolition of old secretariat, SC, ST and BC sub plans and new education policy.
The State government, however, has already agreed to discuss any issue in detail and has made it clear that it was ready to extend the session further to accommodate meaningful debate on pertinent issues.