After three months gap, the State cabinet meeting will be held in the Secretariat on November 23 at 4 pm.
According to informed sources, this cabinet meeting has significance due to the prevailing political situation in the State. Last cabinet meeting was held on August 31.
Chief Minister N. Kiran Kumar Reddy is expected to share his experiences of Indiramma Baata with his cabinet colleagues in the meeting. The withdrawal of support by the AIMIM to the Congress government in the State and at the Centre, padayatras of the Opposition leaders and political migration might be non-official subjects in the agenda of the meeting. The cabinet meeting may discuss the steps to tackle the trouble-prone situation, if any.
The cabinet meeting might discuss relief measures of Neelam cyclone, legality to SC, ST Sub-Plan, 10th PRC and others. The dates of winter session of the Legislative Assembly may also come for discussion. In order to check further desertions from the party, the Chief Minister may ask the ministers and district in-charge ministers to have rapport with party legislators and see that they were not attracted by other parties.
As the main Opposition party was waving card of no-confidence motion against Kiran Kumar Reddy government, the cabinet meeting may focus on the political equations in the State and discuss how to face no-confidence motion, if it was introduced by TDP in the Legislative Assembly. (NSS)