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    The Telangana Mazdoor Union (TMU) has issued a warning to lay siege to the Raj Bhavan if Governor Tamilisai Soundararajan does not pass the RTC Bill. The TMU represents RTC workers in Telangana and the draft RTC Bill, which aims to merge the corporation with the State Government, has been sent to the Governor for her approval. However, she has not given her assent yet and has until the end of the current Assembly session to do so. If she fails to pass the bill, the TMU has threatened to lay siege to the Raj Bhavan.

    TMU General Secretary Thomas Reddy accused the Governor of acting like a “BJP party worker” by delaying the RTC Bill. He believes that the Governor is trying to undermine the state government’s efforts to save the RTC. Reddy emphasized that RTC workers hold significant political influence in Telangana and warned that they would take to the streets if the Governor does not pass the RTC Bill.

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