There Is Hidden Dictatorship In Telangana: Tamilisai Soundararajan

22 December, 2022 | Pravina Srivastava

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Tamilisai Soundararajan, Governor of Telangana attended the conclave today at Taj Palace Hotel, New Delhi.

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Tamilisai Soundararajan, Governor of Telangana attended the conclave today at Taj Palace Hotel, New Delhi.

Tamilisai Soundararajan stated “In a democracy, everything belongs to the people, including the governor’s office. In Telanaga, Rajbhawan is referred to as Prajabhawan. People believed that the highest office might be contacted for the issue when I was elected governor.”

She further stated that “We were particularly concentrated on this infection, especially during COVID, and other health concerns were disregarded. Thanks to our Prime Minister that the World Health Organisation reviewed and declared that TB free world will exist by 2030. But our prime minister pressed forward for a TB-Mukt Bharat by 2025. Every patient’s demand was met by a donor; I took care of 100 patients, while Rajbhawan took care of 10. Together, we provide nutritional kits once a month.”

While stating about the state affairs, she said “The contempt shown to Telangana’s highest office worries me. When the PM visits state, neither the CM nor any ministry welcomes him. He is not adhering to any routine, and as I travel the state, I observe other collectors doing the same. The collector has been receiving the governor for the past 1.5 years as per usual operating practise. I’ve never seen a police officer or SP welcome me. Between the executive branch, the state legislature, and the governor, there is a chasm.”

She further claimed that there is a hidden dictatorship in Telangana.