FRIDAY 30 MARCH 2018 HYDERABAD | PAGES 16 Budget session of Tandur civic body put off for want of quorum G ASHOK KUMAR 06 Every detail of changing land records must be informed to the farmer concerned: Collector Tamannah yet to listen to script? 14 03 Tandur: The budget session of the town municipality was put off on Wednesday for want of quorum as the TRS councilors protesting against what they called the unilateral style of functioning of the municipal chairperson Sunita boycotted the session. They made a conditional officer to attend the session. They demanded municipal commissioner to allow media to the session and wanted the commissioner to monitor the session through CCTV from his room. Later speaking to media, they attributed boycotting the session to the unilateral style of functioning of Sunita. However, Sunita turned tables on the TRS councilors charging them with not able to stomach the development that had taken place during the Congress regime. Vice-Chairman Asif, Cong ﬂoor leader Linga Ravi and others blamed the TRS councilors. Officials explored the by-laws for any scope to hold the session even without the quorum. As they found no alternative, they announced to postpone the budget session. Free pass camp held for disabled OUR BUREAU Maheswaram: National Platform for the Rights of the Disabled (NPRD) organised a free bus and railway pass issuing camp, here at Panchayat ofﬁce on Thursday. Speaking on the occasion, the Rangareddy district secretary of NPRD J Raju requested that the government should reserve ﬁve percent quota in double bedroom housing scheme. He also appealed the government to sanction Anthyodaya Card to all the disabled. RTC officers Sanjeeva Reddy, N Anjaiah, leaders of the association M Rajubai, MVS leader Ravi, Babiah, Elizebeth, SFI Mandal Secretary P Kumar were present. As many as 126 people availed the opportunity Poor mango crop prospects worry farmers 03 03 TDP Formation Day celebrated 02 03
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