It appears that TRS president and Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao can't digest or tolerate the existence of not only Opposition parties in Telangana but also employees unions and workers unions.
KCR, who achieved Telangana State with the help of Telangana Joint Action Committee (TJAC) comprising of political parties, employees unions, workers unions, student unions, caste organisations, social organisations etc during Telangana statehood agitation between 2009 and 2014, won Assembly elections and became CM in 2014, and started 'operation' to vanish TJAC.
He directed TJAC chairman, Prof Kodandaram Ram, to shut TJAC saying that there was no need for it when Telangana state was achieved. When Kodandaram refused, KCR as CM directed TRS leaders and employees leaders Swamy Goud, Srinivas Goud, leader of TNGOs, TGOs, Teachers unions like PRTU, STU etc to come out of TJAC, for which they agreed.
Finally, TJAC has become non-existent in Telangana in KCR's first term. In his second term, KCR has now set his eyes on vanishing employees and workers unions. He directed T Harish Rao and Kavitha to relinquish posts of honorary president they were holding for various employees and workers unions. Soon, Harish Rao quit from the post of honorary president of TSRTC's Telangana Mazdoor Union, while Kavitha quit from the post of honorary president of TBGKS, TRVKS, TAHA etc. KCR is now trying to make these workers and employees unions redundant slowly and ensure that there is no voice of dissent from any Opposition party or unions against TRS government or KCR himself.
KCR seems to be strongly believing that Telangana State does not require anything except TRS and KCR.