Governor Tamilisai Soundararajan shares annoyance at Telangana Government
Hyderabad: Governor Tamilisai Soundararajan, while prolonging her Ugadi introductions, indirectly revealed her annoyance over the way in which the State government was acting. She claimed that she recognizes her restrictions as aGovernor “I am an energetic person, not an egoist,” she claimed.
She even more included that individuals of the State have an energised sibling that is constantly happy to assist individuals and also the doors of Raj Bhavan would certainly constantly be open for all.
These remarks presume significance in the background of the choice of Chief Minister and also his cupboard not to participate in the Ugadi events arranged by her at Raj Bhavan onFriday
It might be remembered that the State government prevented the joint address to the State setting up by her on a technological ground. When she saw the Samakka Sarakka Jatara, also after that no Minister existed to obtain her. Again, on Thursday, when she mosted likely to Warangal to usher in the social celebration arranged by the Union Ministry of Culture, no Minister existed.
The Governor gave thanks to all those that appreciated and also reacted to her invite for the Friday Ugadi events. She claimed, “Today, I am happy to see huge number of people present in the lawn. Only a few are absent. After pandemic, we are happy that we could celebrate Ugadi with everyone. Raj Bhavan doors are open for everyone and grievance box has been installed. Locals can drop their grievances at any time and give us suggestions.”
She claimed that from following month, the Praja Darbar would certainly be held weekly and also she would certainly pay attention to individuals’s problems and also attempt to resolve them.
Former Governor of Maharashtra Chennamaneni Vidyasagar Rao, Himachal Pradesh Governor Bandaru Dattatreya, TPCC president A Revanth Reddy, BJP leader Eatala Rajender, leaders of Left celebrations and also others existed on the celebration. Various social programs were additionally arranged.