Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao has said that the Medak Lok Sabha byelection result was an endorsement of his Government’s functioning during the first 100 days.
An elated Chief Minister told reporters in Hyderabad on Tuesday after the result was announced that it could not be called a referendum on his Government as it had done little in the last three months.
“KCR and TRS mark of governance is yet to begin as the Government is still formulating policies to transform the State into golden Telangana (Bangaru Telangana),” he said.
Reiterating that his Government would fulfil all the poll promises, he advised the Opposition parties to be constructive after biting the dust in the by-election.
On Opposition parties’ demand for convening the Assembly session immediately, Mr. Rao said the Government was well aware of its constitutional obligations.
However, the Government would utilise the relaxation provided in the Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act 2014 to get the budget passed till December 2.
Referring to the demand to officially hold the Hyderabad Liberation Day celebrations on Wednesday, the Chief Minister pointed out that no Government in the past had organised it officially. The party would, however, organise celebrations to mark the occasion across the new State.