Telangana Assembly unanimously passes two resolutions


Hyderabad: The Telangana Legislative Assembly on Tuesday unanimously passed two resolutions urging the Centre to name the new Parliament building in New Delhi after Dr BR Ambedkar, and opposing the new Electricity Amendment Bill 2022 proposed by the Union government.
IT and Industries Minister K T Rama Rao, who moved a resolution, said it would be appropriate to name the newly-constructed parliament building after Ambedkar, who is the architect of the Constitution. He said Ambedkar was instrumental in ensuring that the minority had a strong voice in the democratic country through the Constitution. He reminded that the Telangana State could be formed only due to the provisions created by Ambedkar and the State government was implementing his principles for welfare and development of all without any discrimination. “Ambedkar gave the nation a direction and there is no better person to honour than having the new Parliament building named after him,” he added.

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