The party will also pass resolutions on the uniform procurement policy and integrated agriculture policy. The party is likely to adopt a resolution on the alleged misuse of constitutional institutions, especially Raj Bhavans, by the central government.
KCR will take a call on whether there should be a resolution on the governor system or not, party sources said. Instead of criticising the governor, the TRS wants to adopt a resolution on misuse of the constitutional bodies like Raj Bhavan in states such as West Bengal, Kerala and Tamil Nadu.
These are among the 11 resolutions, which will be passed by the TRS during the foundation day meeting at HICC. This is the first time, the TRS is going to pass so many (highest number) resolutions at the plenary. During the previous plenary last October, seven resolutions were adopted, including demanding a separate ministry for BCs and BC caste enumeration and also seeking approval of enhancement of ST reservations from 6% to 10%.
“TRS will pass resolutions on how the BJP government at the Centre has been dealing with state governments, bulldozing the federal structure and being discriminatory towards Telangana in granting projects and allocation of funds, inter-state resolutions, farmers issues, etc. There will also be a resolution on humane approach of the state government towards various sections of the society by implementing welfare schemes,” TRS working president KT Rama Rao told TOI.
The party has constituted a committee to draft all resolutions, which will submit the copy to TRS president and chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on Tuesday. “The TRS has been expressing its views on issues like hijab row, communal hatred, azaan, economic policies, growing fuel prices, etc. Even KCR has attacked the Centre at his public meetings on such issues,” a party leader said.
Amid buzz over an early election and political fever gripping the state, the TRS wants to focus more on political issues and welfare activities, it is learnt. “One of the resolutions will be on paddy procurement and how farmers are being cheated by Centre. We will also give a shoutout for an integrated agriculture policy in the country,” a party secretary said.