TRS government is planning to move a resolution against Governor Sundararajan, these are the allegations

TRS government is planning to move a resolution against Governor Sundararajan, these are the allegations

The Telangana government is considering moving a resolution against the governor. The Telangana government is considering moving a resolution against Governor Dr. Tamilisai Soundararajan's alleged obstinacy towards several bills brought by the state assembly more than two months ago, a leader of the state's ruling party Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) has said. Still working. On the condition of anonymity, the leader said that the resolution would be passed in the winter session of the assembly. The winter session is likely to start in the second week of December.

The TRS leader said Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has directed state Legislative Affairs Minister Vemula Prashanth Reddy to initiate the process for a week-long assembly session in December. He further said that another resolution will be brought in this session, requesting the Center to take steps to amend Article 200 of the Constitution. It will be proposed to fix a specific time limit for the governors to take a decision on the bills passed by the legislature, even if they decide to approve or reject the bills on certain grounds.

On September 14, the Telangana Assembly passed eight bills. One of these Bills seeks to set up a common recruitment board for appointments to 15 state universities, with the governor being the chancellor of these universities. Seven of the eight bills are pending with the Raj Bhavan, indicating a possible escalation of differences between Chief Minister Rao and Governor Sundararajan.

The governor has given him assent to a bill - the Telangana Goods and Services Tax (Amendment) Bill, 2022. The Bill sought to include some more items in the purview of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) as per the decision taken in the GST Council meeting organized by the Union Finance Ministry in June. However, seven bills are still awaiting the assent of the governor.
These seven bills await the assent of the Governor

Forestry University Telangana Bill 2022.
The Azamabad Industrial Area (Termination and Regulation of Lease) (Amendment) Bill 2022.
Telangana Municipal Laws (Amendment) Bill-2022.
The Telangana Public Employment (Regulation of Age of Retirement) (Amendment) Bill 2022.
Telangana University Common Recruitment Board Bill 2022.
Telangana Motor Vehicles Taxation (Amendment) Bill 2022.
and The Telangana State Private Universities (Establishment and Regulation) Amendment Bill, 2022.

A senior Raj Bhavan official had earlier said that the Governor would go through each and every file before arriving at any conclusion. Chief ministers of several non-Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-ruled states such as Kerala, Tamil Nadu, and West Bengal have also raised concerns in the past over the governor's delay in giving assent to bills passed by the respective state assemblies.