While the state is ablaze with a series of agitations from the employee unions across the state, the person who claimed to be the official first citizen of the state and the supremo of the state chose to remain secluded rather having a meetup.
Termed as the first meet after the swear-in ceremony of the governor Tamilisai Soundararajan and the cabinet extension on September 8th, the governor and the Chief Minister KCR planned to meet to discuss the state scenario.
According to official sources, KCR sought an appointment with the Governor for a meeting and she agreed for the same. Apparently, KCR alerted by the reports that the Governor had submitted a report to the Centre on the ongoing strike of Telangana State Road Transport Corporation (TSRTC) employees and the proposed move of the government to privatize the transport.
He is likely to explain to her the steps to take by the government on resolving the crisis in the RTC. At the same time, KCR would also explain to her his government’s proposed move to amend the existing Revenue Act in order to streamline the system and eradicate corruption. He needs the Governor’s assent for the crucial act, hence the meeting.
This is for the first time that KCR had met Tamilisai after she assumed charge as the Governor on September 8 in place of E S L Narasimhan, who had been in the gubernatorial post for nearly a decade.