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Current Affairs in Telangana 2022-December 14

1-With the opening of the party office, Telangana Chief Minister KCR’s BRS will start operations in the national capital from the rented space.

2-KCR’s BRS party is now developing a permanent headquarters in Vasant Vihar; it should be finished in the next two to three months.

3- On Tuesday, Telangana CM KCR paid a visit to the permanent office building that the party is erecting on a 1,100 square metre plot of land.

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4-On October 5, the TRS general body meeting, which was presided over by KCR, unanimously approved a motion to change the party’s name to BRS.

5-KCR, who has been Telangana’s chief minister since the state’s creation in 2014, wants to have a significant impact on national politics. Through the BRS platform, he intends to implement what he describes as Telangana’s successful model in other regions of the nation.

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6-The party’s working president K. T. Rama Rao remarked in Hyderabad that the opening of the BRS central office signifies the start of the qualitative transformation that KCR wishes to bring about in the nation.

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The minister, also known as 7-KTR, claimed that after establishing Telangana state and guiding it toward growth, KCR is entering national politics to bring about significant change in the nation.

8-Congress strategist Sunil Kanugolu is the main defendant in cases brought by Hyderabad police over online insults to Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao, his daughter K. Kavitha, and others.

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9-The Telangana High Court on Tuesday extended the stay on the notice sent to Kerala-based doctor Jaggu Swami and BJP national general secretary B.L. Santhosh in the MLA poaching case.

10-The court in the MLAs poaching case granted conditional bail to Ramachandra Bharati, Nand Kumar, and D.P.S.K.V. Simhayaji.

Current Affairs in Telangana 2022-December 8

1-Tension persisted during a protest held by the Communist Party of India (CPI) on Wednesday in Hyderabad calling for the job of governor to be abolished.

2-The CPI demonstrators were waving placards with the slogans “scrap governor system” and “Raj Bhavan is a puppet in the hands of BJP,” and they were being led by CPI Telangana Secretary K. Sambasiva Rao. When the CPI leaders, including Chada Venkat Reddy and Aziz Pasha, arrived at the train station in Khairatabad, they made an attempt to move towards Raj Bhavan.

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3-CPI Secretary Sambasiva Rao declared that the party has taken a stance against the Narendra Modi administration’s abuse of the governor’s office. He claimed that ever since Modi took office at the centre, all institutions, including the EC, ED, CBI, and IT, have being abused.

Narendra Modi
Narendra Modi

4-On December 11, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) will interview K. Kavitha, the daughter of Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao, about the Delhi liquor scandal.

5-The CBI told TRS MLC K. Kavitha on Tuesday that a team will be visiting her Hyderabad home on December 11 at 11 a.m. to interview her and record her testimony in relation to the case’s investigation.

K. Kavitha

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6-The CBI stated in its notice that the case was opened as a result of a written complaint received from Praveen Kumar Rai, Director, MHA, against Manish Sisodia, Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi, and 14 other people over allegations relating to Delhi’s excise policy for 2021–2022.

7-On November 30, the name of TRS MLC Kavitha appeared in the remand report that the ED submitted to a Delhi court on Wednesday in order to remand businessman Amit Arora in connection with the Delhi liquor policy scandal.

  1. Following the successful repair of a stepwell from the 17th century in Bansilalpet, the Telangana government aims to work on ten additional stepwells.

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9-On Monday, a rebuilt stepwell in Secunderabad’s Bansilalpet neighbourhood was unveiled. K.T. Rama Rao, minister of municipal management and urban development, officially opened the renovated stepwell.

10-The Bansilalpet Stepwell Repair Award is Hyderabad’s second significant acknowledgement of restoration efforts.

11- Restoration work was undertaken by 11-KTC in collaboration with the Telangana heritage department and Quli Qutb Shah Urban Development Authority (QQSUDA), with funding from the TATA Trusts and the US Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation (AFCP).

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